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Sports In Fairfax Sports In Fairfax Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Home About Cool Stuff Fields on Roofs Videos Issues Athletic Council Benefits of Youth Sports Dealing with Heat Kiddie Tax – 2009 SLEEP – 2009 Links County Resources High School Athletics Home 1 2 … 9 >> Post navigation ← Older posts Athletic Council Meeting – Feb 20, 2013 Posted on by Mike Reply The Athletic Council held its monthly meeting Wednesday night. The main focus was on the development of fields in the Tysons area. The end goal is the creation of 9 rectangular fields and 11 diamond fields. Breaking down the diamonds, they include: six adult softball fields, one youth softball field, two adult baseball fields and two youth baseball fields. Here is a link to the PDF version of the Park Authority’s presentation: Athletic Council 2-20-13 Presentation There was also some conversation about changes in Virginia law which are being considered. Key topics included movable soccer goals and changes to the child abuse and neglect mandated reporting law. Should these pass and be signed by the Governor, I will post additional information. The county’s budget is set to come out before the next meeting so I am sure there is a lot to talk about next month. Posted in Athletic Council, Fairfax Park Authority | Tagged fields, Tysons | Leave a reply FCPA Rec PAC & Summer Camps Posted on by Mike Reply The Fairfax County Park Authority run a lot of good summer camps. They cover lots of different areas and are open to lots of different people. People read about these in Park Takes and hear about them all over the place. However, there are people out there that are not nearly as many people that know about Rec PAC. Rec PAC is a great program that provides summer activities for elementary school kids. Most importantly, fees are on a sliding scale so that many of the economically disadvantaged kids can participate at a significantly reduced price. Here is a presentation on Rec PAC given to the FCPA Board last night. 2012 Rec PAC & Summer Camps Board Update 10-24-12 Posted in Fairfax Park Authority, Rec PAC | Leave a reply Champions of Character Posted on by Mike Reply Last night was the annual Champions of Character awards ceremony last night. I was honored to present the four awards for Springfield. There were four people who recieved the award. They included: Matt Madsen, a basketball player with Burke Basketball; Abigale Ritchie, a softball player with BRYC; Brandon Smith, a BRYC football coach; and Lisa Chandler, a parent volunteer with Burke Basketball. Full write ups after the jump… Continue reading → Posted in Athletic Council, Youth Sports | Leave a reply Park Authority’s Financial Sustainability Plan Posted on by Mike Reply On December 14, 2011 the Fairfax County Park Authority Board discussed the proposed FY 2013 – FY 2015 Financial Sustainability Plan. Perhaps I just can’t figure out the FCPA web site, but it was difficult for me to find the plan. I found it in the board package which was posted online for the December 14, 2011 meeting. It was action item three. The purpose of the plan, as noted on page 4, is to “create a ‘road map’ to enable the Park Authority to stabilize its operations and position itself to better serve and meet the needs of the citizens of Fairfax County through a business model that enables the Park Authority to be more financial sustainable.” The plan itself was adopted by a 7-5 vote on December 14, 2011. The plan was presented to the Board of Supervisors at a joint meeting in late July, 2012. The plan is long and includes some very interesting things. I will do future posts on specific aspects. One thing is undeniable: The Park Authority is getting far less money from the Board of Supervisors than it has in the past and it faces the reality of either generating more revenue, reducing services, or Here’s a link to the plan: FCPA Financial Sustainability Plan Posted in Athletic Council, Fairfax County Budget, Fairfax Park Authority | Leave a reply Interesting Survey of Youth Athletes Posted on by Mike Reply An interesting study of 300 youth athletes between 8 and 14 found some interesting things: When asked their #1 reason for playing sports, 56% say to have fun. 84% wish they had more fun when playing sports 84% say at one time they quit a team or wanted to quit. Why? 47% say because “it wasn’t any fun.” 29% say some teammates were mean. 23% say there were too many practices that interfered with other activities. 31% wished adults weren’t watching their games – they say mostly because adults yell too much, are too distracting, make players nervous and put pressure on them to play better and win. When asked how they feel if their team loses, 63% say they still have fun. 1 in 5 children witnessed a physical fight between players. 59% have seen a verbal fight between players 36% have seen a verbal fight between parents 61% say they or their team mates have been called “not so nice” names while playing. When asked who called them names, 69% say it was someone on the other team. 35% say it was a teammate. 12% say it was someone else’s parent. I am still looking for a link to the actual survey. But here is a link to a story about it. Posted in Youth Sports | Tagged survey | Leave a reply Tysons Update Posted on by Mike Reply Here’s the presentation that was made to the Athletic Council. While a lot of progress is being made, the use of field overlays (a softball field on top of a rectangular field) is a major concern. This could result in 11 separate field locations being counted as 20 fields. To me, if you can only play one sport there at a given time, that is only one field. Park Authority Presentation Posted in Athletic Council | Leave a reply Park Authority Naming Rights Study Posted on by Mike Reply The sports community has often asked why Fairfax County has looked at options like naming rights at local parks/fields as a way to generate revenue. For example, this came up during the debate about potential increases to the Kiddie tax. The Fairfax County Park Authority has now had a comprehensive study done to examine the potential financial benefits of sponsorship opportunities. You can read the executive summary (20+ pages) here or the full report (120+ pages) here. While there is a lot of material, here’s something important from the conclusion: Based on the estimated revenues and likelihood of success, we anticipate that the FCPA has the potential to generate upwards of $200,000 in gross revenues in its first year. Of course, if the Sponsorship Marketing Team is successful in any of the major sponsorship endeavors, revenue potential could be substantially higher. Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged Naming Rights, park authority, Sponsorships | Leave a reply They Caught Him! Posted on by Mike Reply I am so glad they caught this guy! America’s Most Wanted Child Sex Offender Escorted Back To Fairfax County: Posted in Youth Sports | Tagged abuse, america's most wanted | Leave a reply Athletic Council Meeting Posted on by Mike Reply We held our monthly Athletic Council meeting tonight. While the meeting was short, there was some interesting information that came out of it. First, there is a new turf field that will be coming online in Springfield. Thanks to some proffer money, the county will be putting a turf field in where the Key Jennings Toyota is over near the old Circuit City location. They did not have an exact time frame for this work yet. In addition, the Park Authority has completed its Naming Right study. It is a very long document and I will post it in a couple of days. A quick review indicates that this is a potential new revenue stream. The walk on issue comes before the Park Authority next week. The Athletic Council is very supportive of lowering the number from 40 to 20. Hopefully the Park Authority will endorse this change. An interesting note overall on the County budget. The Park Authority was not asked to prepare a budget with big cuts as had happened in the past. In addition, there has been no indication that big cuts are anticipated by NCS or by the schools – at least as it would impact sports. There was a brief discussion about background checks. NCS staff talked to some of the local jurisdictions and found that Arlington County, the City of Alexandria, and Stafford County all require background checks for all coaches and volunteers. Loudoun is considering doing the same. This should help convince folks that there really is no reason why these types of background checks cannot be mandated for youth sports clubs that use county facilities. Posted in Athletic Council | Leave a reply Sports Concussions Posted on by Mike Reply There is a lot of talk about concussions in both professional and youth sports. Doctors have learned a lot more about these injuries than they knew when I was a kid. Based on this, a lot of new resources have been created to help parents, coaches and athletes. One that I recently found is I encourage you to check it out. Posted in Sports Injuries, Youth Sports | Tagged concussions | Leave a reply Post navigation ← Older posts Sports In Fairfax Twitter Error: Twitter did not respond. Please wait a few minutes and refresh this page. Sports In Fairfax Tumblr Twitter to Target Ads Based on User Account Info and Browser History | Social Media Today 07/10/13 Qvivo: Access Your Media From the Cloud on Any Device with QVIVO(via @Gizmodo) Do you have a large collection of movies and songs that you want to access across a wide range of devices? If so, you should check out the QVIVO media player (here’s a free 14-day trial). 02/08/13 Blogroll Benefits of Youth Sports Burke Athletic Club US Lacrosse US Youth Soccer USA Field Hockey Search for: ? 2016 - Sports In Fairfax Proudly powered by WordPress Weaver II Pro by WP Weaver Whois

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