Contacts

JGH Board Members and Officers

Booster Club info and contacts listed below.

Booster Club Address:

For Billing, Sponsorship and Club Payments
Jefferson Girls Hockey
7809 Southtown Center, #382
Bloomington, MN 55431

Booster Club Officers

CO-PRESIDENTS
John Rash
Derrick Lindstrom

VICE PRESIDENT

Kurt Krenz

 

SECRETARY – VACANT

CO-TREASURERS
Dave Stieber

COMMUNICATIONS LIAISON & WEBMASTER
Cyndi Nightengale

BOARD MEMBERS/CAPTAINS PARENTS

Terry & Barb Panvica
Rick & Bethann Larson
Jim and Michelle Lesch

BYLAWS
BLOOMINGTON JEFFERSON JAGUARS GIRLS HOCKEY BYLAWS_Updated July 2022

MEETING MINUTES
JGHBC Mtg Min 1/3/22 Approved
JGHBC Mtg Min  2/22  Approved
JGHBC Mtg Min  3/22 Approved
JGHBC Mtg Min  4/22 Approved
JGHBC Mtg Min 5/22 Approved
JGHBC Mtg Min 6/22 Approved
JGHBC Mtg Min 7/22 Approved
JGHBC Mtg Min 8/22 Approved
JGHBC Mtg Min 9/22 Approved
JGHBC Mtg Min 10/22 Approved

Club Purpose
The purpose of the club is to support and promote ice hockey for girls Varsity and Junior Varsity students of Bloomington Jefferson, and Bloomington Kennedy, and Richfield High School. The club will do the following:

  • Ensure that the club support for the ice hockey program is at all times consistent with the highest goals and aspirations of athletic competition among high school students.
  • Support the coaches and school’s efforts to instill the lifelong principles of teamwork, sportsmanship and respect to help grow confidence, strong character and strengthen the community.

Club Objectives:
The objectives of the club are the following:

  • Provide a solid financial and supportive foundation for the Bloomington Jefferson, and Bloomington Kennedy, and Richfield High School Hockey Program.
  • Ensure that the student-athletes have proper training, equipment, and facilities in which to learn and compete.
  • Establish a positive, ongoing working relationship with the Bloomington Jefferson, and Bloomington Kennedy, and Richfield High School Athletic Directors and the Bloomington Jefferson High School Girls coaching staff.
  • Conduct activities and fundraising solely on an as needed and ongoing basis (not-for-profit).
  • Provide financial support to cover ongoing program cost, fees and stipends.
  • Develop a sense of pride and tradition for students and parents.
  • Promote and publicize the high school ice hockey program in the hockey and local communities.
  • Recognize accomplishments of the team, the players and the coaches.