CSYFA October Newsletter

Posted by Carol Stream Youth Football Association on Oct 08 2019 at 06:33AM PDT

Here Comes October Panthers!

The kids have all been working their tails off and we look forward to the teams having their end of season final regular season games, the end of season Classic games, and for those divisions (9U, 11U, and Varsity) that have it, playoff games. We look forward to continued success by all the teams.

The CSYFA Cares campaign had a very special month in September. Last month thanks to an anonymous donation CSYFA was able to collect US$170.00 for Childhood Cancer. This month we are now collecting for the National Breast Cancer Foundation at all our home games (regular season and playoffs).
The parking lot construction at Red Hawk has now completed and hopefully by now everyone has seen the big change in the entrance and exit. Please make sure not to park on the side of the Wayne Township Building as they have called the police a couple times already with their new security camera system. Also as the weather as of late has been wet the Carol Stream Park District has closed the park for practices a few times. Please remember that CSYFA does try to get this information out timely but due to the fact that the Park district does not update their website until after 3:30pm and all us volunteers are usually working our jobs there could be some delays in getting that information circulated.

As we all have started to see these past few weeks the weather has been very unstable and at times very wet. Please make sure your children are being sent to practice or games with the proper attire for the weather.

Lastly we have our October CSYFA Board Meeting on Monday October 14, 2019 at 8pm which is held at Simkus. We will be having a Carol Stream Park District representative on hand to discuss the new Affiliate Agreement that CSYFA is having to sign this year. This new agreement will most likely lead to our first registration rates increase in over 15 years. As we have tried to keep the rates at their current prices for many years we simply will not be able to you as we move into 2020.

As always, thank you for your continued support.