Minutes of SCACA
Officers and Directors Meeting
Greenville Convention Center
Greenville, South Carolina
July 24, 2021

SCACA President Tim Perkins called the meeting to order.

Tim Perkins went over minutes of February and March meetings.
Minutes were approved.

Cindy Jacobs announced the Audit is not yet complete, but it was a great year.
A copy of the Audit will be forwarded to the Board as soon as it is completed.

Mary Dula announced Dick’s Sporting Goods is presenting a $20,000 Grant to the SCACA. It is to be used for School Athletic Programs/Departments. The school has to meet 15% poverty rate and 40% Reduced/Free lunch rate. It will be announced at a later date how this will be given out.

Coach Dula went over financial update, salaries and major expenses.
He also went over membership. We were at 6,000 members before Clinic. This has been the 2nd most ever membership prior to the clinic.

Jack Taylor then went over Investments stating that we have had a great year with 12% increase in 6 months.

Cindy Jacobs discussed Vendor report. There are still a lot of companies not allowed to travel due to Covid 19 restrictions. We have 100 vendors this year which is the same as last clinic. She announced we do have 6 new ones this year.

Tim Perkins then went over scholarships awarded by committee. 175 scholarships amounting to $87,500 were awarded by the committee. These scholarship checks will be written in August.

Melissa Nguyen went over the SCACA website, sccoaches.org, then went over the list of schools who had to pay $100 fee for coaches not being a member and having a player in the North/South All Star events.

Tim Perkins then went over All Star Game reports.

Charles Gee gave the Chaplain report. He discussed devotionals each morning at the clinic and FCA opportunities at the clinic.

Sherry Smith gave a Middle school report. She went over Middle school speakers for the clinic.

Mike Beasley went over the SCHSL report. He stated they had 20 virtual meetings this year. He stressed how important it was to reach out to all members of the committee if you have questions or concerns.

David Byrd was then asked to step out of the room.

Mike Srock announced that the SCACA nominations committee, nominates David Byrd to be the High School League Representative in waiting. He said there were two excellent candidates but it came down to one had A.D. experience and the other did not.

It was then opened to discussion and after several Board members spoke there was a call for the vote.

The vote was unanimous for David Byrd.

David Byrd was then asked to come back in the room and Tim Perkins congratulated David Byrd.

Shell Dula went over clinic duties and award banquet.

Tim Perkins went over Business meeting to be held the following Tuesday. He encouraged everyone to attend the meeting so they could voice their opinions and vote.

Coach Dula went over ballots and voting in the right class.

Tim Perkins then went over future meetings
– Dunes Club, Myrtle Beach 12/9/21 at noon
– SCHSL office 3/3/22 at 10:00 am

Without further discussion Coach Dula asked for motion to Adjourn the meeting and
Derek Youngblood 2nd it.

 

 

SCACA ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING

GREENVILLE CONVENTION CENTER

GREENVILLE, SC

JULY 27, 2021

 

TIM PERKINS CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER.

DEREK YOUNGBLOOD ANNOUNCED AND TIM PERKINS PRESENTED THE SCACA 20 YEAR AND 25 YEAR SERVICE AWARDS.

SHELL DULA THEN WENT OVER THE MINUTES FROM THE JULY 24, 2021 BOARD MEETING. DAVID BYRD WAS ANNOUNCED TO BE THE NEXT REPRESENTATIVE TO THE SCHSL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE BEGINNING IN JULY 2022.

CHARLES GEE SCACA CHAPLAIN LET EVERYONE KNOW THAT HE IS ALWAYS AVAILABLE FOR THE MEMBERS IF ANYONE NEEDS HIM. HE ALSO SAID HE IS PRAYING FOR A NORMAL YEAR THIS YEAR.

 

COACH DULA ANNOUNCED THAT THE SCACA HAS 3 NEW SPONSORS THIS YEAR.

  • DYNAMIC FITNESS AND STRENGTH
  • TOTAL STRENGTH AND SPEED
  • FIRST CITIZENS BANK

GREG JOLY WITH LOOMIS AND LAPANN WENT OVER THE $2,000,000 INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR COACHES AND HOW TO GET IN TOUCH WITH HIM IF A MEMBER EVER HAS A NEED TO USE THE INSURANCE.

TIM PERKINS THEN CALLED UPON A SPECIAL GUEST ERIN BYRD FROM DICK’S SPORTING GOODS TO MAKE A SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.

SHE PRESENTED THE SCACA WITH A $20,000 DONATION AND A $10,000 DONATION TO LONG MIDDLE SCHOOL.

COACH DULA ANNOUNCED WE WILL BE PUTTING ON THE WEBSITE LATER IN AUGUST HOW SCHOOLS CAN APPLY FOR OPPORTUNITIES TO BENEFIT FROM THE $20,000 DONATION.

TIM PERKINS THEN ANNOUNCED HE WOULD LIKE TO RECOGNIZE THE AUXILIARY ASSOCIATIONS THAT WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A REPORT.

  • TRACK/CROSS COUNTRY ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCED THEY WERE DONATING $3,500 TO THE   SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS.
  • STRENGTH ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCED THEY WERE DONATING $5,000 TO THE SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS.
  • CAWS ANNOUNCED THEY WERE DONATING $1,500 TO THE SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS.
  • CHEER COACHES ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCED THEY WERE DONATING $1,000 TO THE SCHOLARSHIP
  • BASEBALL ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCED THEY WERE DONATING $2,500 TO THE SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS.
  • SOCCER ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCED THEY WERE DONATING $1,000 TO THE SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS.
  • WRESTLING ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCED THEY WERE DONATING $2,500 TO THE SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS.

TIM PERKINS THEN THANKED THE ASSOCIATIONS FOR THEIR DONATIONS.

MIKE SROCK READ A NOMINATION REPORT FROM THE NOMINATION COMMITTEE ASKING THE BODY OF MEMBERS TO APPROVE THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS FOR THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR

  • PRESIDENT– DEREK YOUNGBLOOD
  • 1ST VICE PRESIDENT – JIMMY WOODS
  • 2ND VICE PRESIDENT – ZACH NORRIS

HE ANNOUNCED THIS WAS THEIR RECOMMENDATION AND THEN ASKED IF THERE WAS ANY DISCUSSION FROM THE FLOOR.

THERE WAS NO DISCUSSION AND HE THEN ASKED FOR A MOTION.

RICK TATE, BOILING SPRINGS MADE A MOTION TO ACCEPT.

MIKE BEASLEY, BARNWELL SECONDED IT.

MIKE SROCK ASKED FOR APPROVAL BY A SHOW OF HANDS.

HE THEN ASKED FOR A SHOW OF HANDS IF ANYONE OPPOSED. THERE WERE NONE.

HE CONGRATULATED THE NEW OFFICERS.

TIM PERKINS THEN WENT OVER VOTING PROCESS AND VOTING IN THE CORRECT ELECTION FOR 1A UPPER, 2A LOWER, 3A UPPER, 4A LOWER AND 5A UPPER.

HE ASKED THAT 3A UPPER REMOVE ZACH NORRIS NAME FROM THE BALLOT BECAUSE HE IS NOW 2ND VICE PRESIDENT.

THE MEMBERS THEN WENT TO THEIR VOTING STATIONS TO CAST VOTES.

VOTING OUTCOMES WERE

  • 5A UPPER – BILLY ANDERSON, BYRNES
  • 4A LOWER – CHRIS HAMILTON, SOUTH AIKEN
  • 3A UPPER – DOUG SHAW, PALMETTO
  • 2A LOWER – DANN HOLLAND, PELION
  • 1A UPPER – CHRIS MARTIN, WHITMIRE – UNOPPOSED

THE THREE $100 DOOR PRIZES WERE DRAWN AND WINNERS WERE RECOGNIZED.

THE MEETING WAS THEN ADJOURNED.