Friday, September 2, 2011

Dunwoody UMC Youth Basketball




                                                Youth Basketball 2011/12 Registration
Begins Monday September 12, 2011
Cost:  $140 1st child, $130 2nd child, $120 3rd child

Late Fee(s)
Begins Monday October 10, 2011
Cost:  Fee is $160 per child.
                                                Registration closes October 30, 2011

Rosters/practice schedules will be e-mailed on or after Friday November 11.
Coaches Meeting/Safe Sanctuary Training: Saturday, November 12, 9AM
Evaluations for ages 9/10 plus leagues will be the week of November 7.
Practices begin:  the week of November 28, 2011.
                            Games begin: TBA!


We are looking forward to the 2011-12 basketball season. Thanks in part to the wonderful parent involvement and continued program support we have had a significant increase in our last 2 fall soccer seasons and last year's basketball season so we expect the same for winter basketball. We appreciate all the parents and volunteers that make our programs a success. Volunteers are invaluable to us! Please consider volunteering your time as a coach (up to 3 or minimum of 2 per team) or a team parent  this season!      


ONLINE REGISTRATION & PAYMENT:

YOU MUST register and pay online at www.dunwoodyumc.org & www.sportability.com with Visa/MC or electronic check or register on line using computer in the Program Office.

Leagues Available:

In House:                                     Travel:
4 - Co-ed                                     9 - 10 boys & 9 -10 girls
5 - 6 boys & 5 - 6 girls                  11 - 12 boys & 11 - 12 girls
7 - 8 boys & 7 - 8 girls                  13 - 14 boys & 13 - 14 girls

Volunteering to Coach?  Co- Coaches can request their preference for day and time of practice. Please note that we tend to reserve the earlier time slots for the younger teams. Coaches may also request who they would like to coach with.


Friend/Carpool Request? We welcome one (1) carpool /friend request per player! Please list two (2) friends only. (If first cannot be honored please add an alternate) Please know that every effort is made to accommodate at least one of these requests and are handled on a first come, first serve basis. Coaches can protect their child and one friend-max of four players per team.


Travel League:  You may sign up and the week of November 7 evaluations will be conducted specific day/times to follow. Games are played at DunwoodyUMC and other churches in the Buckhead, Sandy Springs, and Dunwoody area.

Refund Policy:  There will be a 10% processing fee for refunds issued before November 1. So refunds will be 90% of original amount. If more than 1 sibling 90% will be refunded of the last player registered. After December 1st 2011 we will refund 50% of the registration fees.



Meet Lynn Deutsch, Candidate for District 2

Lynn Deutsch is pleased to announce her candidacy for the Dunwoody City Council At Large District 2 seat.   

Lynn was appointed to and currently serves on the Dunwoody Planning Commission, where she had the opportunity to listen to Dunwoody residents and to work towards building consensus.   Prior to that appointment, she had served on the board of the Dunwoody Homeowners Association, where she gained insight into the challenges and opportunities our community faces.  She served for many years on the board of her neighborhood Women’s Club and has been an active advocate for her neighborhood. 

Often associated with public education in DeKalb because of her long term involvement as a volunteer, Lynn is well known for holding officials accountable, demanding excellence and not accepting excuses. Based on her reputation for asking tough questions and seeking solutions, Governor Perdue appointed Lynn to the Master Teacher and Academic Coach Implementation committee as his parent representative. 

To thrive in the future, Lynn believes that Dunwoody must be an outstanding place to live for people in all ages and stages of their lives and simultaneously be a great place for businesses to locate.  These objectives can be met by with planning properly and improving infrastructure.

Lynn earned a master's degree in City Planning from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a graduate certificate in Gerontology from Georgia State University as well as bachelors degrees in Government and Journalism from the University of Texas at Austin. 

“I have lived in Dunwoody for over 20 years and this is where Barry and I have chosen to raise our three children.  Dunwoody is our home and I am committed to insuring that it is a great place to live, work and retire,” said Lynn.  To learn more about Lynn, visit http://www.lynn4dunwoody.com or email her at Lynn@Lynn4Dunwoody.com. 

Sunday, August 28, 2011

Atlanta Colts at Murphy Candler

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Football and Cheerleading season officially started this weekend for hundreds of local kids.
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