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NC Judging Director:
Terri Costa
Email:
Terricosta@bellsouth.net









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Julie King
Email:
jhking@nc.rr.com

What's New?

NC State Congress, August 2,2014, Chapel Hill,NC

Our NAWGJ President, Evelyn Chandler is coming in to provide educational sessions specifically for judges. These sessions will count for CPE clinic credits, and all judges are strongly encouraged to attend. The board has voted to pay for the registration fee for any judge that wants to attend NC Congress. If you have already registered, you can send your receipt to Terri Costa (terricosta@bellsouth.net) for reimbursement. If you are a judge who would like to register, contact Terri.

Upcoming dates of interest

Financial Updates now posted under Board Updates

Links to the last two financial reports are now posted. Please note the dates that are covered by the spreadsheets. (For instance, the May spreadsheet actually covers the Feb-April time period, so the complete Bronze Silver meet results are not included yet.)

AAU information

Judges must have an AAU membership if they are going to judge an AAU meet. The NC AAU Gymnastics website has the links for AAU membership registration. When you register, make sure that you use WW3695 as the team code in order to link to the Team North Carolina league. You can submit this expense to Terri Costa if you have available voucher credit or education account credit for reimbursement. Also, there were updates made to the AAU rules this past December. Make sure to go to the NC AAU website to download the updates before arriving at your meet.

What we learned this weekend...

It was suggested to me that we have a space to share some things that occur at meets that are clarifications or new things learned. Anyone can send suggestions for this section to jhking@nc.rr.com and I will post them. Here are some items that have been submitted.

A Map of all USA Gymnastics clubs in the state

While not all these gyms participate in competitions, the number of gyms which do participate is always growing. Thus, the need for more judges! If you are interested in becoming a judge, go to the New Judges section for some helpful references.