|STARTEGIC PLANNING SESSION AND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
The annual general meeting (AGM) of the membership of TUC will take place on Sunday, September 25, from 2:30pm - 4:00pm, at the OISE Building near Varsity Centre.
TUC is also hosting a very important Strategic Planning Session at OISE on Sept 25, prior to the AGM from 9am to 2pm. We are seeking 5-10 opinionated members to join us! Read further.
Strategic Planning Session
The Toronto Ultimate Club is hosting a very important Strategic Planning Session on Sunday, September 25, 9am – 2pm in downtown Toronto (at OISE Building near the Varsity Centre on U of T campus). The purpose of the session is to highlight our progress (good or bad) from the Strategic Plan released in 2007, review our main mission/vision and objectives, and look ahead to where we want to be as a Club. The session will be facilitated by Rachel Corbett from the Sport Law & Strategy Group. We are seeking 5-10 interested members who wish to join us for this session. Contact email@example.com ASAP if you are interested!
Time: 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Location: Ontario Institute of Education (OISE) Building, 252 Bloor Street West. More details below under AGM.
Room #: 8201 on the 8th floor
Transit/Parking: see details below under AGM.
Annual General Meeting
Note you must be a current TUC member in order to attend. Please also note that Intro members do not have voting rights at this meeting, but are welcome to attend. The AGM includes a report from the Board of Directors, report from the General Manager, review of Financial Statements and Finance Report, appointment of TUC auditor, and election of new Board members and renewal of terms. The AGM will also include any changes to the TUC By-Laws (to be announced) as well as an opportunity for TUC members to voice any concerns they may have with the Club. Please join us on September 25!
Time: 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Location: Ontario Institute of Education (OISE) Building at the University of Toronto, 252 Bloor Street West. The OISE Building is located across from the intersection of Bloor and Devonshire, just north of Varsity Stadium.
Room #: 8201 on the 8th floor
Transit/Parking: the OISE building is a 2 minute walk from St. George station. There is street parking on Devonshire and Prince Arthur Ave which is behind the building. There is also Green P parking that can be accessed from Prince Arthur Ave.
For more information on the proposed by laws, AGM and Strategic Planning session or on how to become a board member can be found on our website.
2011 ALL-STAR CHALLENGE RECAP
On Saturday September 17th at Sunnybrook Park the cream of the crop from TUC Summer league's gathered for the 4th Annual All Star Challenge. All Star competition from both the Competitive and Intermediate divisions showcased some incredible action. This event also featured a TUC Legends versus Future Stars match and concluded with the much anticipated Elite game between Union and the Fantasy Team.
Our friends from Rogers TV Toronto were on site to cover two of the top games from the All Star Challenge. Both the Competitive All Star Final and the Elite game between Union and Fantasy will be televised for your viewing pleasure. Be sure not to miss the Rogers TV broadcast on Rogers Toronto channels 10, 182 or 510 (HD) this Saturday September 24th starting with the Competitive Final at 2:00pm and the Elite game at 3:30pm.
Thanks to everyone who participate in this year's All Star Challenge and showcase games and a special congrats goes out to the team MVPs and the All Star Challenge champions.
- Wednesday All Stars
-Thursday All Stars
All Star Challenge MVPs:
CAPTAIN'S APPRECIATION DINNER AND SUMMER WRAP UP PARTY *CANCELLED*
Unfortunately the interest for the Captain's Appreciation dinner was not what we hoped it would be so we have decided to postpone the event to another date, date to be determined.
We do apologize to those who were looking forward to the dinner and hope to have a rescheduled date announced soon. Keep posted to the website.
FALL INDOOR HANGAR LEAGUE BEGINS OCTOBER 6th
The Thursday Fall Indoor League at the Downsview Hangar begins in about 2 weeks on Octobedr 6th and we still have spaces available for individuals (especially women). Thursday night will be the same format as previous years, where registration is by individual only, although players may designate someone they wish to play with. Depending on the registrations, the number of competitive and intermediate teams will be created accordingly. Recreational players can participate on intermediate teams, but we do recommend some playing experience. Captain's draft and tiering details will be announced around the registration deadline.
Dates: Starts October 6 and finishes December 22 (12 weeks)
Time: Games will be 70 minutes in length (total, including halftime/warmups) from 7:00pm-8:10pm, 8:15pm-9:25pm, 9:30pm-10:40pm, and 10:45pm - 11:55pm. It is the responsibility of all captains to ensure that all games begin and end on time.
Location: Downsview Hangar.
Cost: $160 per individual (no team signup, this is a hat league)
Convener: James McCully
STEAMWHISTLE'S SPIRIT OF THE GAME
Round 3 Spirit Winners
TUC continues to regard Spirit as a fundamental guiding concept of Ultimate and a very important part of our leagues. In 2011, TUC will continue to award top spirited teams with prizing courtesy of our friends at Steam Whistle Brewery.
After the first 5 weeks of the summer season, all of the top SOTG teams are eligible, and one winner from each league night was drawn. Each winning team received a case of Steam Whistle beer for their exemplary spirit. The winning teams for the last 5 week round of summer 2011 are:
Monday League: Babyfarm
Tuesday League: Piggy Wants the Conch
Wednesday League: 5th Element
Thursday League: Dumplings & Dories
Congratulations to Baby Farm, Piggy Wants the Conch, 5th Element and Dumplings and Dories, who have won the last round of spirit prizes for Summer 2011. They have each received a case of Steam Whistle beer for their efforts.
You can always find an updated list of Steam Whistle Spirit winners on our Spirit Winners Page on the TUC website. Stay positive, be respectful, and uphold the ideals of spirit of the game, and you just might get awarded for it!