CMYFCC NEWS AND INFORMATION
CENTRAL MASS YOUTH FOOTBALL & CHEER WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS
February 13, 2013 Clinton Mass
Central Mass Youth Football and Cheer Conference announces two new members to join the existing 23 Associations for the 2013 Season. The members of the two new associations have spent a significant amount of time investigating their options prior to coming to the Central Mass members and requesting membership. The new associaions are Tantasqua, from the Sturbridge Mass area being lead by Michael Moran. Tantasqua while newly organized brings a full program of football and cheer to AYF. The second program is Chair City Youth Football & Cheer, made up of participants from Gardner and a surrounding towns. While Gardner it self currently has a program, president Ryan Laliberte, "feels that the need exists to bring a more inclusive program to Gardner, one without superficial restrictions based on size and weight."
The Central Mass Board of Directors, made up of the existing association presidents and executive board members. will not meet in the month of February they did conduct a vote via email at the request of President Buzz Labbe. The votes where tallied and with resounding approval Central Mass Youth Football & Cheer Conference welcomed in its, 24th and 25th member associations.
2011 AYF NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS A HUGE SUCCESS
December 12, 2011 Orlando, FL
Central Mass Congratulates our 2011 Conference All Star Team for finishing 3rd place in the AYF National Conference 8th Grade All Star Tournament in Orlando, FL Dec. 4th - Dec 11th
We want to congratulate ALL of the Central Mass Association Cheer teams that competed in the AYC National Championships at the Silver Spur Arena. Each team represented the New England Region and more importantly Central Mass well, making us very proud. The teams had some tough competition and in true Central Mass style rose to the occasion and executed very well with some great routines.
In additional at the Annual AYF Hall of Fame banquet Joe Galat, AYF President, honored two founding executive members of Central Mass Youth Football and Cheer Conference by naming them to this prestigious group of people. Buzz Labbe and Deb Hughes where named to 2011 AYF Hall of Fame for their unselfish dedication of over 25 years of providing quality football and cheer to the youth of AYF.
New Members Welcomed to Central Mass Football Conference
January 19, 2012 Clinton Mass.
At the Annual Meeting of the Central Mass Youth Football & Cheer Conference, Anthony Depiro, representing Oxford Youth Football and Cheer as their programs President, went before the Executive Board and Membership to request acceptance into membership for the 2012 season. Anthony explained that "after a number of meetings and gaining the support and backing of the Oxford High School administration and football coaching staff, we have decided to form Oxford Youth Football and Cheer Association." He stated that "after many discussions on our [Oxford/Webster] options to establish a program, we feel that the benefits that American Youth Football provides to the youth involved with both sports would be best suited to meet our long term goals of developing a successful and sustainable program." Anthony answered several questions from the membership regarding draw area, game field location etc. He explained that "the association will provide the opportunity for the youths of the towns of Oxford and Webster to participate in the sports of football and cheer for their home towns. The teams comprising this association shall be called the Pirates." The program currently has a fully functional board of directors and are working on fund-raising and equipment purchases currently. A vote was taken by the member associations which was unanimous in acceptance of granting full membership to Oxford-Webster as the 22nd Member Association of Central Mass Youth Football & Cheer Conference.
If you are interested in joining CMYFCC, contact us through the website. Membership is open through the month of April.