2014 Annual Report

THE CORONADO LAWN BOWLING CLUB ANNUAL REPORT 2014

Collective Efforts by Everyone

Total Uses of the Green in 2014

5,417 Green Uses

 

 

CLUB INVENTORY

  • Maintained club hospitality supplies
  • Continued club keys program with $10 deposit (went from 42 to 50 key holders during 2014)

CLUB STORE

  • Maintained Club Store Items
  • Sold out of Club Polos in adult sizes
  • Maintained stock: Grippo, Sleeves, Chalk, Belts, Measures, Bowls USA Rule Books, Club Pins, Club emblems/patches, Club Towels, and Club Guidelines Books
  • Developed and Sold 7 (Down from 31 in 2013) Shutterfly Calendars

EQUIPMENT

  • Printed 100 Additional Tournament Score Cards
  • Maintained the Club Bowls Cleaning Kit (polish, grippo, sleave, applicators)
  • Purchased second plastic bin for Twilight Open Bowling
  • Sold 4 sets of used bowls to Oaks North

PUBLICITY, PUBLICATIONS, COMMUNICATIONS, COMMUNITY RELATIONS

  • Maintained web site:  www.coronadolawnbowling.com
  • Maintained Coronado Lawn Bowling Facebook page
  • Maintained E Coronado Blogging
  • Submitted 16 Articles to Eagle Journal (including 1 Editorial)
  • Created and maintained photo albums (into 7th album)
  • Maintained the Club outdoor Bulletin Board
  • Hosted evening twilight bowling for 16 weeks in May through August (Total 508 participants; Record evening 48)
  • Printed 100 additional Pocket Guides
  • Displayed a donated FREE LESSON banner
  • Displayed the Twilight Open Bowling Banner
  • Distributed SW LBA generic brochures
  • Purchased 200 name tags for Twilights and other events
  • Purchased 100 printable business cards for raffles, access cards, etc

MEMBERSHIP

  • Began with 81 members in January & finished with 93 plus 2 seasonal members for 2014
  • Paid Coronado Senior Center Dues for all club members
  • Paid City of Coronado contribution for all members
  • Updated spreadsheet and paid Southwest dues for all members
  • Conducted Free Lesson Program based on call ins
  • Printed Professional Quality “Access Cards” for people to use for 30 days after taking a Free Lesson
  • Distributed new member packets
  • Paid Bowls USA dues for members on request basis
  • Created New April, July and October Application Forms
  • WORK WITH PARKS AND RECREATION AND PARKS SERVICES

 

  • City repaired and fueled blowers and adjusted sprinklers upon request
  • Had meeting with architects for the new facility
  • Provided report on current programming and ideas for future programming
  • Participated on the Ad Hoc Senior Center Advisory Committee
  • Attended City Council Meeting in support of new facility
  • City installed a donated weather vane
  • Received the Commemorative Stone with Plaque
  • Purchased Retirement Gifts for Linda Rahn

 

EVENTS & COMPETITION

 

  • Held 7 Club Tournaments
  • Established Southern League team members & hosted League play three times
  • Maintained a Winning Points Program for Draw Play Games
  • Hosted three Visitations and participated in 3 visitations
  • Had 4th CLBC entry in 4th of July parade
  • Hosted 8 private events (2 birthday, 2 military, 2 religious groups, 1 foreign visitors group, 1 club)
  • Hosted Rotary vs Optimist Event
  • Held Labor Day Bowling & Potluck Lunch
  • Hosted 4th Annual Coronado Mixed Triples Tournament under SWLBA
  • Hosted the 2nd Bill Hiscock 2-Bowl Triples under SWLBA
  • Halloween Potluck, Bowling and Costume Contest
  • Annual Holiday & Bias Box Gala
  • Printed & Distributed Invitations for the Gala
  • Designed and Constructed a Club Singles Ladder Competition Board
  • Purchased a perpetual trophy for the Singles Ladder Competition
  • Awarded Prize to the Club Draw Points Winner
  • Received 4 donated car magnets for 4th of July parade
  • Received and used Life Sized Cut Out for the Bill Hiscock 2-Bowl
  • EDUCATION 
  • Hosted 12 first through 5th grade students participating in a special introduction to sports program in spring; 12 and then 8 First thru 5th graders in fall.
  • Added Club Presentation on Lead, Vice and Skip Manuals to Club Library & Inventory
  • 6 Members attended Australian Methods Clinic at Oaks North
  • Held 1 Women’s Division Skill Clinc
  • Held three Oasis group sessions
  • GREEN MAINTENANCE 
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  • Maintained the Green Maintenance Binder with Maintenance Log
  • Maintained the Green Use Calendar Log
  • Logged 690 person hours (@ 86 person work days) of Green maintenance work
  • Had 10 Club Clean Up Days
  • Changed Club Cean Up to 4th Tuesday of the Month at Noon

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

  • Had a full newly elected Board for 2014
  • Held 12 regular Board Meetings
  • Developed a 12-Month Activities Calendar (January 2015-December 2015) for 2015
  • Paid Insurance Premiums
  • Added Sr. Association as a Named Insured on Liability Policy
  • Hosted Sacred Heart Students for 8 Sessions

 

MISCELLANEOUS

  • Assisted in the Senior Center Renovation project process
  • Recorded winners of Super Shots Club
  • Green use of 5,417
  • Twilight Open Bowling Attendance of 508
  • Single highest attendance at Twilight was 48