PECSA will be holding a Special General Meeting on Thursday, April 29th at 7pm via Zoom to consider the following Amendment to the PECSA Constitution:
A Motion that the PECSA Constitution Section 9 be amended as indicated below with the highlighted changes in red:
9. ELECTIONS AND VOTING
9.1 The election of officers on the Executive Committee shall take place by written vote at a Special General Meeting, scheduled in August of each year. Those members elected will not commence their term until after the completion of the Annual General Meeting in November of the same year and acceptance of the Annual Financial Report. Notwithstanding, those newly elected members may attend regularly scheduled meetings prior to the Annual General Meeting to gain insight into PECSA operations. Chairs of standing committees are elected by and from the respective committees.
9.2 Candidates for office is open to all current members of the PECSA and interested persons, over the age of eighteen (18)
9.3 Only members who have served a minimum of one (1) year as a Director may be elected to a position as a Senior Officer as prescribed in section 7.2.
9.4 The President will be responsible for filling any vacated positions during a term.
9.5 Where no suitable candidate is available for nomination and election to the role of Treasurer, having the requisite one (1) year of prior executive experience, accounting and computer skills, then the organization is free to accept nominations of candidates from outside the existing executive.
9.6 A few weeks before the Special General Meeting, the Executive Committee shall appoint a Nominating Committee composed of three (3) full members.
9.7 Sufficiently prior to the Special General meeting, the Nominating Committee shall:
9.7.1 Inform the membership of all vacant positions for officers and members of committees.
9.7.2 Invite nominations for members to stand for election to these positions.
9.7.3 Announce that the closing date for such nominations shall be the day of the scheduled date of the Special General Meeting.
9.8 The Nominating Committee shall check that those who have been nominated are willing to serve if elected to office and shall ensure that at least one (1) name is put forward for each vacant position.
9.9 The report from the Nomination Committee shall be attached to the agenda circulated for the Special General Meeting and shall contain the names of all persons nominated and willing to serve. Further nominations may be moved from the floor of the Special General Meeting. The results shall be reported to the meeting through the Chair and shall be recorded in the minutes.
A current copy of the PECSA Constitution can be found at www.pecsa.ca/aboutus. The meeting is open to all members of PECSA. A member is defined as any player over the age of 18, or player younger than 18, through their guardian, who expresses interest in pursuing the objectives of the PECSA.
Those wishing to attend the meeting should email email@example.com and they will receive a Zoom invite prior to the meeting.
We have made the difficult decision to cancel the 2021 PECSA House league Season. The health and safety of the players and all those involved is our number one priority. This was not an easy decision and there were a variety of factors to consider.Despite currently being in the Green- to protect zone, the restrictions and guidelines from Ontario Soccer present a challenge with limited soccer field availability, contributed to the season.
The Executive is always looking for volunteers. If you would like to get involved, please reach out to us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, FB or consider attending our AGM later this year.
Thank you & stay safe
We, as an association, do our best to balance teams. If after the second or third week, there is a clear unbalanced team-weak or strong-we reserve the right to make adjustments to ensure everyone has a great season.
This is a list of commonly asked questions, please read through them before contacting us, as you may find your answer here.
1. When does the 2020 season start?
Our season starts the week of May 19th 2020 with our tournament weekend on August 8/9.
2. What night of the week do we play?
Until we close our registration, we are unable to predict how many teams in each age group, or what nights of play they will be playing. All games take place Monday - Thursday, 6pm and approximately 7pm start for house league.
3. Can my child play if they are 3?
No, unfortunately SOSA (our boss) will not insure any player that is not 4 years of age during the year of play.
4. Can we make a request?
Requests are granted to sponsors of a team, and coaches who gratefully volunteer their time. No other requests will be considered.
Refunds are not given after the first week of play, unless there is a waiting list for that age group, and your child's spot is filled right away.
Registration is open until April 15th for house league. Online registration will be open longer, but ONLY for Adult League.
When you register online, you receive an email conformation. If this is lost, you will pay $20.00 to have a receipt re-issued.
8. Hearing from you Coach
Parents should receive a call from their child's coach by May 8th. Please do not contact us to enquire about your child's team until after this date.
The 2021 AGM will be held via ZOOM the last week of November. A date will be determined 4 weeks prior to the date. Volunteers are ALWAYS welcomed & encouraged. For those members of the public that would like to attend the meeting, please send an email to email@example.com, and you will be included in the meeting invite.
Ontario Soccer suspends indefinitely all sanctioned soccer activities in the province due to the COVID-19 pandemic
Ontario Soccer, in consultation with Canada Soccer, have been monitoring the most recent developments with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the emerging public health crisis.
Following discussions with the national governing body, input from relevant government agencies and medical experts, Ontario Soccer has made the difficult decision to immediately suspend all sanctioned soccer activities in the province until further notice.
Ontario Soccer sanctioned activities include, but not limited to, all competitions, training, coach and match official education and team building activities.
To ensure the health and safety of our players, coaches, match officials and administrators, Ontario Soccer recommends that all Districts, Clubs and Academies communicate to their members that they will cease operations indefinitely.
The offices of Ontario Soccer will be closed to the public during this period but staff will be available through email or phone to assist where necessary. The Ontario Soccer Centre will be closed to the public until further notice.
Ontario Soccer will continue following the guidelines set forth by the public health authorities, government agencies and soccer governing bodies.
Updates will be issued as appropriate and will include further details as warranted.
Marguerite Heer, SOSA
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
Challenger Sports is cancelled for 2020
Parents, please remember that no child is to be left alone on the fields at any time. Please stay with your child during the whole game.
Coaches, please remember this is house league soccer! All players deserve the same amount of time on the field, no matter what their skill level is. Play Fair, Have Fun!
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Please remember to always get permission from parents before posting pictures of other peoples children.
No child is allowed to play on soccer nets. We as the executive will remove any one found playing around the nets. If it occurs during a game, the ref will stop the game, and the player will be removed an banned from playing the remainder of the game.
PECSA'S OFFICIAL UNIFORM SUPPLIER
Prince Edward County Soccer Association