It's that time of year again to get your Kroger report to the finance director.
Email her here firstname.lastname@example.org
Club Arrowhead had a great showing in the 2014 Southern California Jr. National Qualifier. From 17's division all the way down to 12's divisions, Club Arrowhead showed their great talent and teamwork over both weekends with 14 Rage takes home a USA National Bid to go to Minneapolis, MN! We are proud of all our teams and the hardwork they all put in have a successful weekend! Thank you parents for your support and cheerleading.
Check out how the teams did below!
17 TNT - Bronze Division
16 Legacy - Flight 5 Division
15 Lethal - Gold Division 7th Place
14 Rage 2nd Place in Gold - USA Bid to Nationals
Watch the winning point as 14 Rage earns their USA Bid
14 Velocity - Silver B Division Runner Up
14 Intensity - Flight 3A
13 Insanity - Silver Division Champions!!
13 Adrenaline - Flight 2 B
12 Dirty Dozen
Club Arrowhead's Biggest Fans and Cheerleaders!
Club Arrowhead will be holding a 4 week beginner volleyball clinic for girls who want to take their game to the next level and learn how to pass, serve, set and hit! This clinic is for girls not playing club volleyball. Space is limited so don't wait to sign up!!!
The cost for the 4 weeks clinic: $100.00
Each clinic will take place at Oakwood Elementary School:
12900 N. 71st Ave
Peoria, Az 85381
The dates will be:
April 4, 2014
April 11, 2014
April 18, 2014
April 25, 2014
Medical Release Form Download and bring to first day of clinic
16th Annual Gaucho Volleyball Camp Hosted by Club Arrowhead Volleyball.
For beginner, intermediate and advanced players wanting to learn and push their game to the next level. Come train with GCC's Head Coach Lisa Stuck! Space is limited so don't wait to register and reserve your spot!!
You can register online or mail in registration from the camp flyer.
Club Arrowhead's 11 Itsy Bitsy Spikers take 1st place at Az Region tournament and are honored at a Spring Training game!!
Congratulations to Sydney Bunker and Carli Bauer as they take their next step in volleyball. Both have signed with Glendale Community College to play for the next two years. Go Gauchos!!
Sydney Bunker signing with head coach Lisa Stuck
Carli Bauer signing with head coach Lisa Stuck
This new program will take effect on Sept. 1, 2013. So don't put off getting registered online, do it today!!
Dear Club Arrowhead, Inc. Organization 80538,
Congratulations, you are now enrolled into the Fry’s Community Rewards Program.
Your participants may begin enrolling online 48 hours after receipt of this email. Just go to the appropriate website mentioned below to enroll.
PLEASE NOTE: Before you can link your Fry’s V.I.P card to an organization, you must have an email address.
STEP 1: Creating an Online Fry’s Account
**NOTE: If you already have an online Fry’s account, skip to #2
*Go to www.FrysCommunityRewards.com
*Select ‘Create an Account’.
*Under Sign-In information, enter your email and create a password. (Write down your email & password—will need it in step 2)
*Select ‘Use Card Number’.
*Enter your Fry’s V.I.P Card Number, last name and postal code.
*Under ‘Select Your Preferred Store’ enter your postal code.
*Select ‘Find Stores’.
*Choose your store then select ‘Create Account’.
*You will then be prompted to check your email for a confirmation email.
Click the hyperlink in your email to finish creating your Online Fry’s Account.
*Continue to step #2 to register for the Fry’s Community Rewards Program of your choice.
STEP 2: Register for the Fry’s Community Rewards Program
*Go to www.FrysCommunityRewards.com
*Enter your email and password then select ‘sign in’. (This will be the email and password you created in step 1)
*Select ‘My Account then select ‘Account Settings’ from drop down menu.
*Click ‘edit’ under Community Rewards. If prompted, enter personal information.
*Under Find Your Organization: Enter the NPO number or name of organization then select ‘search’. (You can get the NPO number from your organization)
*Under Select Your Organization: Select box next to your organization
*Then select ‘save changes’.
*If you have registered correctly, you should now see your organization information listed under ‘Community Rewards’ on your Account Summary page.
Notes from Deb:
They have to enroll themselves we do not do it for them and they have to link themselves to Club Arrowhead.
This will start September 1st, for the new program, no Visa, mc cc are allowed for the % that will come back our way as in the past were accepted.
They canont tell me how much % we will get because it is based on how much we spend at Kroger, the more we spend as a group the higher the % is.
To have your money credited back to you, you will have to go into your own accounts and print the log of how much they will be getting back from Kroger 4 times a year to receive it back from us. I will no longer get a report just a check and a memo telling me how much our customers spent there.
So when I get my checks, parents will have 20 days to print out their report from the Kroger system and send me their copy via, email, fax or however
in order to get back a refund from us.
All spending is now linked to your VIP cards so there is no need to buy Frys gift cards to load. Each person spending money at Kroger in behalf
of your daughter will also have to go into the Kroger system and link their VIP card to our non profit organization so I can then turn around and give
it back to the players. If you have friends and family spending money at kroger then they too must print a report and give it to me in order for the
credit to come back to you as a fund-raiser.
In some ways this may be more simple I know it is on our side, but it may take more time on the Kroger VIP card users time as they have to
manage their card and print the report quarterly for your daughters sake.
Feel free to call with questions to Kroger if they are very technical questions , otherwise I think I will be able to offer help in some areas. It is imperative that
each VIP card you are using get linked to Club Arrowhead first and most important otherwise, I cannot help in any way.
For any questions please contact:
Talking to Your Child
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