2021 AGM Recap, News (Orangeville & Headwaters Minor Baseball)

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Dec 01, 2021 | Steve Hough | 542 views
2021 AGM Recap
Hello Bengals,

Thanks to all who attended our virtual AGM this past Sunday and for anyone who was unable to attend here is a brief recap of the events.

2021 was a season unlike any we have ever seen. The OHMBA would like to thank the Bengal community for their patience and understanding with last minute updates and changing schedules. Due to the Provincial reopening plan, we were forced to work with tight deadlines and constant changes to gathering regulations. Unfortunately with the quick turnaround on the reopening plan, our ability to secure volunteers was very limited and the bulk of the work fell on our executive. 

We would like to thank our 2021 executive members (officers, board members, task managers, committee members) for all of their hard work this past season. We could not have done it without each one of you. 

Now we would like to welcome our 2022 executive as per our election

President - Jesse Edmunds
1st Vice President - House League - Ryan Hancock
2nd Vice President - Rep/Select - Jerome Audet
Secretary - Cheryl Fulcher
Treasurer - Ben Turgeon
Health & Safety Officer - Jennifer Bell

Executive Board
Public Outreach & Social Media Coordinator - Jenny Smith
Fields Manager - Dave Gauer
Player Development Coordinator - Ian MacIver
Equipment Manager - Scott Smith
Uniform Manager - Candice McPherson
Umpire-In-Chief - Phil Lankhof
Sponsorship and Fundraising Coordinator - Jaime Raymond
Events Coordinator - Katrina Bishop
Executive at Large - Joel Brown
Exectutive at Large - Natasha Hussey

Task Managers
Shack Manager - Adam Sproule
Administrator - Steven Hough
Karen Thompson / Cheryl Busby
Please Reach Karen Thompson & Cheryl Busby by emailing [email protected]
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