The Board and Committees

The Board Members

ARTISTIC TEAM

Kim Hlivko, President

Jenn Charles, Vice President

Kelly Bodner, Treasurer

Sarah Kaczmarek, Secretary

Cindy Marsh

Michele Yates

Michael Kosalka

TRAMPOLINE AND TUMBLING

WHAT IS THE PREMIER BOOSTER CLUB (PBC)? 

We are a 501c3 non-profit entity separate from Premier Gymnastics, but work hand in hand with the gym to support our athletes. We are run entirely by gymnast parent volunteers. The booster club supports the Developmental Program girls’ competitive team (Top Tots – Level 10) and the Trampoline and Tumbling team at Premier Gymnastics. The goal of the PBC is to cover the majority of competitive fees through fundraising and donations; although some of these fees will naturally fall to the athlete's parents.

 As a dedicated group of gymnastic parents, we’ve come together to create amazing opportunities for all our gymnasts. PBC does this in the following ways:

  • Promote team building by organizing team activities.

  • Foster positive relationships between gymnasts, parents, and staff.

  • Offset gymnastics expenses related to the competitive season through fundraising opportunities and the River City Classic.

The Committees

Meet
Committee

Communications Committee

Fundraising
Committee

Spirit
Committee

Concessions
Committee

 

Meet Committee

The primary responsibility of this committee is for organizing and hosting our home meet. The River City Classic is one of the largest gymnastic competitions in the Midwest and is one of the booster club’s biggest fundraising events. This committee requires work before, during, and after the competition. The responsibilities of this committee include but are not limited to

  • Handling preparations involved with the River City Classic. Including planning awards and gifts, preparation of forms, packets, and decorating.

  • Shall work in conjunction with the board and other Committees as required.

 

Communications Committee

The primary responsibility of this committee is to encourage communication between coaches, athletes, and the booster club by nominating level representatives. Each level (or group) will have a representative who will help liaison between the board and the parents. The responsibilities of include, but are not limited to:

  • Reporting accurate information to parents from the board/coaches.

  • Listening to questions, concerns, and ideas from other parents of their level and presenting them to the board. It will help bridge concerns and help communicate all current policies and changes.

  • Helping initiate new members to the booster club.

  • Shall work in conjunction with Board and other Committees as required.

 

Fundraising Committee

The primary responsibility of this committee is to organize and oversee fundraisers offered during the year to team families. The responsibilities of this committee include but are not limited to:

  • Provide administration and implementation of fundraising projects.

  • Handle the distribution of products sold during a fundraiser.

  • Review current fundraising opportunities and determine the most productive ways to raise funds to return the highest profit percentage.

  • Shall work in conjunction with the board and other Committees as required.

 

Spirit  Committee

The primary responsibility of this committee is for organizing efforts to show enthusiasm and support for the team gymnasts throughout the year. The committee is responsible for organizing and managing team-building/bonding activities. The responsibilities include but are not limited to

  • Organizing and managing team building/bonding activities such as planning annual awards banquet, pep rally, family swim party, pumpkin patch, lights tour, and other events.

  • Make posters for all meets and assist in supplying flowers for all participants at State Meet.

  • Shall work in conjunction with the board and other Committees as required.

Concessions Committee

The primary responsibility of this committee is to organize and oversee fundraisers offered during the year to team families. The responsibilities of this committee include but are not limited to:

  • Provide administration and implementation of fundraising projects.

  • Handle the distribution of products sold during a fundraiser.

  • Review current fundraising opportunities and determine the most productive ways to raise funds to return the highest profit percentage.

  • Shall work in conjunction with the board and other Committees as required.