JagLax News & Updates: Catch up on all the latest events and information for Bloomington Jefferson Boys Lacrosse.
WINTER TRAINING INFORMATION
Winter Training is part of your Fall Booster Club Fees and Fundraising. It is an integral part of training to be ready for spring. Please join your fellow JagLax Players and Off Season Coaches in training at the Savage Dome (13450 Dakota Ave, Savage MN) using the schedule below for your player. Due to some changes in staffing with coaches and numbers of players, we are welcoming in the 7th grade players to our winter training program. The girls program has had some success with doing this and we would like to try to bring that same excitement into our program. Please welcome these younger players and treat them with JagLax respect and team spirit you all show the remainder of the year.
7th-9th Grade Winter Training Schedule
10th-12th Grade Winter Training Schedule
Please stop and check in with a Booster Club member to check in. For those who still need to turn in fees or US Lacrosse number, we will collect that information at that time.
WINTER LEAGUE INFORMATION
Winter League games will start on Sunday, January 6th with Varsity's first game at 12 noon against Rosemount.
All games are on Sundays. The complete schedule for winter league can be found on Team Snap or on the Calendar page of this site: http://jeffersonboyslacrosse.com/calendar.html
All players need signed waivers. To download a printable waiver click here.
If you will miss a game, please contact Dan Knudsen at 612-235-0618 or by email at email@example.com
FALL PAC MEETING, RECAP & INFORMATION
The Fall P.A.C. Meeting (Parent, Athlete, Coach) was held on Tuesday, October 30. For those who were unable to attend, a copy of important documents and the presentation can be downloaded with the links below. Also, be sure to check out the SCRIP tab in the main menu to SAVE MONEY on your personal Booster Club fees!
Speaking of fees, we are now able to take payments online! Check out the Pay Pal box on this page to make easy booster club payments! The Fall booster club fee is $160 and was due at the PAC Meeting on Oct. 30.
We also kicked off the Fall Pie Card fundraiser that will run until December 12th. Players are required to sell 20 pie cards at $15 each, or families have the option to do a $100 buyout. Players who are not current on their booster club fees and fundraisers will not be eligible to participate in winter training. Please note that fundrasier buyouts still need to be done by check. If you missed the meeting, please contact Jenn Wallace at 612-209-1737 to get your pie card information.
SIGN UP FOR SCRIP & SAVE ON YOUR FEES!
Want to save a ton of money on your booster club fees? Saving is simple when you sign up for Show with Scrip. Scrip is an easy way for you to do personal fundraising to cover lacrosse costs when buying the things you purhcase everyday. A complete explaination can be found on our SHOP WITH SCRIP tab in the main menu. If you shop at stores like Target, Walmart, Cub Foods, Lowes, Best Buy, American Eagle, Nike, The Home Depot, Amazon and more... don't wait to sign up. Start earning rebates today!
Still not convinced? Talk to a Booster Club memeber who can give you a great testamonial about the savings they have received. Gayle or Doug Jacobs, Michelle Vipond and Kara Zielinski are all ready to share their stories.
Bloomington Lax: Lace Up for a Cure!
On Tuesday, May 8, 2018 Jefferson and Kennedy Boys Lacrosse Teams came together to highlight Breat Cancer Awareness by lacing up their left shoes with pink laces.Click to Donate to the Komen Foundation as part of Team B-Town Laces
As you may or may not be aware, the history of lacrosse goes back hundreds of years to Native Tribes here in the MidWest. It was a game played to bring communities together and to heal rifts that had developed among members of neighboring tribes. As we go back to the roots of the game, we revive this spirit of healing and community, using our skills as lacrosse players to do some good.
It is with this in mind that all of our Bloomington boys “Laced Up for Breast Cancer” at the JV and Varsity games and raised money for the Susan B. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
According to the Komen foundation, breast cancer will affect 266,100 women and 2550 men in 2018. Our Bloomington lacrosse community’s very own Cinda Norberg is one of these women.
As many of you know, Cinda has been instrumental in BYLA, in development of Bear Cubs as well as serving on the BYLA Board. Cinda then moved right along with her children serving on both the Boys and Girls Jefferson High School Lacrosse Booster Boards. Finally, Cinda was the brains and the muscle behind the spring “Fun” Raiser that Jefferson families enjoy so much each year. Without Cinda, our Bloomington lacrosse programs would not be where they are today.
If you missed the game, please consider an online donation by clicking the link below to take you to the “B-Town Laces” Team on the Susan G. Komen Foundation website.
Click to Donate to the Komen Foundation as part of Team B-Town Laces