August 2, 2011
Entry ID: 1903357
|Wow Norco, I must say I like your new Bengal helmets. Top notch!|
November 22, 2010
Entry ID: 1848112
|Just wanted to tell all the girls who participated in competition, what an awesome job you all did. You are all winners in my eyes.|
November 15, 2010
Entry ID: 1846148
|Hey Vince------- Thank you for your time and announcing the games. Great job and just know the Midgets Appreciate you.|
October 27, 2010
Entry ID: 1840320
|Norco JAAF is a non-profit corporation. It is good business to leave a few positions open to insure continuity from year to year. I believe that it is important to elect new people to the board. However, the experience that some of the "old timers" provide is invaluable. I served on the board for two years and only know a fraction of what it takes to run this program. Keep in mind that the executive council (president, vice president, commisioner, etc.) can only be comprised of elected members.
By the way, this is my opinion and not that of Norco JAAF. Good luck to the 2011 Board of Directors.
If you are truly concerned, then get involved. Make a difference.
October 27, 2010
Entry ID: 1840302
|our phone call would remain anonymous as you obviously do not want to identify yourself...|
October 27, 2010
Entry ID: 1840301
|Feel free to call me and discuss this further....714.287.6646...
October 27, 2010
Entry ID: 1840236
|So why don't we vote for positions and not just people and so when the 10 elected don't want to do a certain job you guys go and find a random person that was NOT ELECTED and just appoint them. And why is it OK to appoint a nominee that didn't get elected. It is apparent they did not get elected for one reason or another?|
October 26, 2010
Entry ID: 1839773
|oops...it is 10 members voted in each year...
nonetheless, my points remain the same...
this year, there were more board members than there has been in the past, but it was a great board and work got done much more efficiently this year...|
October 26, 2010
Entry ID: 1839769
|To be clear, I believe that 12 board members are elected each year. As the year progresses and committee's begin to form, there are typically a handfull of people willing to volunteer and sometimes they are voted onto the board by the 12 elected board members.
No fish, just work getting done. Until a person gets involved with all of the behind the scenes work, you have no idea what it takes. Until I became a board memmber, I did not know what it takes.
It takes a ton of work to make a football season go and the work is delegated into sub-committees. As the sub-committees get into full swing, it is common to add a member or two into one of the committee's...
Norco Football is a fully functioning democratic organization...we follow the Chapter Bylaws and Roberts Rules of Order...Also, our meetings are open...so if you have questions or want to see what really gets done, then come on down and stick your head in a meeting...dont be suprised if you get put to work though...
No fishyness, conspiracy theories...just a group of people that are committed to the community and children of Norco...|
October 26, 2010
Entry ID: 1839754
|Hi- why do we vote for 10 people on the board and there are currently 18 on the contact list today. Does that mean whoever is not lected by the people they are APPOINTED by you? hummmmmm, I smell FISH!|
September 20, 2010
Entry ID: 1828433
|Hi Juana- all of our contact information is located on the contacts page of the website. You can email me directly with the name of the person that came in at firstname.lastname@example.org. As far as I know, there are no teams selling calendars. Thanks, Jeanine|
September 20, 2010
Entry ID: 1828426
|i had a member from your assoc. come into my office and sell me an advertising spot on the back of your calendars. gave him the money and said he would return in a week with the copy of the calendar. i never received anything. i believe this was a hoax. which is not very appropriate considering we were trying to support your teams. not very happy about that or the fact that there are absolutely no contact numbers on your web pages.|
June 21, 2010
Entry ID: 1801974
|Nice to see that norco JAAF is still going strong and now have a flag division as well. Being from Norco originally and knowing how much of a football town it is was wondering if all of you would be interested in attending a 3 day football camp held by ex NFL quarterback Travis Brown site to be determined hopefully in Norco. This is a great oppurtunity for the kids to learn a little more and to train just a little harder before season all positions are invited.|
May 6, 2010
Entry ID: 1787959
|Greetings all Norconians and surrounding residents, my name is Kristy and I am the owner and operator of Kristy's TLC Full Service In Home Animal Care...I am licensed and bonded been providing services to Norco, Corona, and areas within Riverside since 1998... PLease visit my website
and best of luck to every player this year...
Love My Jaaf Boys!
Norco Prison town
November 8, 2009
Entry ID: 1727271
|What a great season! I am so proud to be a part of not only my boys and cheerleader, but also all my Bobcat Boys, and any and all voulunters who helped my Bengal,and my Bobcats have a great,fun season.If you avoid the drama, follow the rules,and just let the boys play, you will find the season runs smooth and its actualy alot of fun.These boys and girls are counting on us adults to help them grow and become great football players and represent Norco Jaaf. Like I said,Im proud of all my boys,my cheerleader,and all the men and woman who have helped with countless hours of help. Lets keep the Drama,and complaints down and remember thats its all about the BOYS!|
Hank and Andrea Harley
Tillsonburg, Ontario, Canada
October 31, 2009
Entry ID: 1723278
|What a wonderful surprise to arrive at the game today and find that our grandson ALEX BENTER had been chosen to be the recipient of the JAMES HADOBUS MEMORIAL AWARD !
This is especially exciting because Alex's older brother ERIC BENTER had also been awarded with this honour last year.
We're proud of you both and thankful to your Mom and Dad for being so involved with you and your lives and growing young men.
We also recognize the dedicated coaches who unselfishly share their time and talent for the benefit of our young people. You indeed make this world a better place !
Gramma and Grampa Harley|
October 15, 2009
Entry ID: 1714774
|The potlucks were a great thing but last year there were many issues.There is always people who have to mess things up for everyone. Norco JAAF is a great place to play and to be mad about potlucks is really stupid... There is alot of other problems in the world much bigger to think about. Get over it, support Norco JAAF and have a great year!!!!|
October 12, 2009
Entry ID: 1712819
|I understand that there is a reason for almost every rule that is placed within NJAAF. I understand that the revenue from the snack bar helps keep registration prices down so All families can afford to play JAAF. That the snack bar helps pay the fees to use the High School, to run the lights nightly, to pay the city fees, etc. Another large complaint from parents last year was families who have multiple players on different teams...not just one kid playing. Weekly potlucks were becoming a financial stress to these families. NJAAF tries to look out for all kids and the best interest of the program first and formost...go home put your kids to bed on time, since it is a school night and potluck on Saturdays.|
October 10, 2009
Entry ID: 1712107
|So we can't have anymore potlucks and I think it is a real shame. We have all heard the exuses about it being because of trash left and having to wait to shut the gates and turn the lights off, but we all know the truth is that the board says it takes money away from the snack bar. Just curious, how does everyone feel about the potluck ban?|
September 1, 2009
Entry ID: 1690308
|Hi all- We all know it is a tight squeese in the parking spots at Wayne Makin- but let's all be kind honest people here- we are a FAMILY!!!!! If you hit or majorly ding someone's car, leave a note and offer to fix it. Sometimes it just takes a little buff to take care of it. Last night my Suburban was hit and severely damamged. Of course NOBODY LET A NOTE! I am so dissappointed and upset. Shame on anyone who damamges other peoples proptery and walks away!|
Coach Tony Smith
May 4, 2009
Entry ID: 1618289
Please don't forget that we are having an incredible fund raising event at Cold Stone's in Eastvale. My family is dedicated to raising funds for "Great Strides" the annual event for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Team Chey-Chey is dedicated to raising $3500.00 for the walk for a cure. Our fund raiser is on thrsday May 7th from 4:00pm until 9:00pm. Please come and help us stamp out the horrible disease.
THe Great Strides walk is on Saturday MAy 16th at Bolsa Chica State Beach. Lets all root on Cheyenne as she walks for a cure!
God Bless You All!
Coach/Pastor Tony Smith
January 22, 2009
Entry ID: 1548036
|Hi Cheerleader Mom- If you call Nikki with Norco High Cheer at 951-206-6042 she can let you know how to donate to the squad directly. Thanks for your support!!|
January 15, 2009
Entry ID: 1543659
|Congrats NORCO HIGH. I am so happy to hear that they made history by winning 1st. place and able to attend NATIONALS! I am so darn proud of you guys. I would love to donate a few dollars to the program. WHERE and HOW?? I just do not think I will be able to attend the rummage sale. This is just awesome for the future of NHS and these talent girls I have seen cheering their little hearts out at such a young age. I am so proud of all of you at NHS and even in the Norco JAAF program. See you all at the cheer clinic!|
November 19, 2008
Entry ID: 1511338
|Great Season Bearcats! Good luck in the playoffs!|
|Norco Jaaf Member|
November 12, 2008
Entry ID: 1505416
|I have to say I am very pleased with the new Board Memebers. Be proud of our league, players,cheerleaders, families, staff menebers, other board memeber, volunteers and sponsors!! 2008 was great and look forward to an even better 2009- imagine that!!!|