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									        MINUTES OF SDIAAA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
                 MARCH 21, 2001 - 11:00 P.M. MST
                    RAMKOTA INN - RAPID CITY

1. Meeting called to order by President Clay Anderson. Members present were:
Gary Frankenstein, Terry Stulken, Harvey Hammrich, Jim Dorman, Steve Berseth,
Mark Wendelgass, Butch Bachman, Norm Mack, Rick Weber, Tom Oster, Tom
Parquet, Darren Paulson, Jim Haar, Shaun Wanner, Jim Bridge, and Terry Fisher.

2. Leadership Training Coordinator, Steve Berseth, reported. Discussion was held
on courses to be offered with the possibility of surveying the membership to see what
courses they want. Instructors course 590 and 502 is being taken by 15 new people
and they will be able to be instructors upon completion of the courses. New courses
will be offered this summer at the coaches clinic. Survey is to be put in the newsletter.

3. Rich Olson, Terry Ulmer, Elwood Dietrich, and Bob Tennis will be retiring this
year and will receive awards at the annual meeting.

4.   NIAAA years of service award winners were distributed.

5.   Region AD of the year award winners were announced.

6. NIAAA Liaison, Harvey Hammrich, reported on awards. Motion by Weber,
seconded by Frankenstein to approve the following award winners: NIAAA Award of
Merit , Dusty Kracht; Distinguished Service Award in the organization, Rich Olson;
Distinguished Service Award outside the organization, Dave Evans; and Citation
Award, Butch Bachman. All voting in favor, the motion carried.

7. The SDIAAA Hall of Fame was discussed. Tom Oster reported on funding from
corporate sponsors.

8. Constitution changes were discussed. Changes will be voted on at the annual
meeting.

9. College credit for the conference was not available due to not enough time
available in the conference to allow colleges to provide one credit.

10. Nominating procedures and nominating committee were discussed. Positions
up for election are: Region representatives from 1, 2, and 7, 2nd vice president, and
secretary treasurer.
11. President Anderson appointed Jim Haar, Lolly Forseth, and Chris Lund to serve
on the scholarship committee.

12. State Track & Field meet workers were discussed.
13. Butch Bachman reported on the exhibitors.

14. Next year’s conference is to be held in conjunction with the principal’s conference
in Pierre on March 20-22, 2002. The 2003 conference is scheduled for Aberdeen,
2004 is scheduled for west river, and the 2005 conference is scheduled for Pierre.

15. Conference door prizes were discussed. It was decided to present Marlyn
Goldhammer with the Wily Cock and Blue Hen awards.

16. Sport proposal discussion and voting was discussed.

17. Board members were reminded to help with conference registration.

18. Region representatives discussed meeting topics.

19. The Spring Conference schedule was reviewed.

20. The secretary is instructed ot send a letter to Bob Olson and the president of
Northern State University thanking them for allowing the SDIAAA to house their Hall of
Fame in the field house.

21. There being no further business, the meeting adjourned. The next meeting will
be the fall meeting in Pierre.




Jim Dorman
Executive Secretary
        MINUTES OF SDIAAA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
                JANUARY 24, 2001 - 11:00 A.M. CST
            PIERRE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION BUILDING

1. Meeting called to order by President Clay Anderson. Members present were:
Gary Frankenstein, Terry Stulken, Harvey Hammrich, Jim Dorman, Steve Berseth,
Mark Wendelgass, Butch Bachman, Norm Mack, Rick Weber, Tom Oster, Tom
Parquet and Darren Paulson; absent: Mark Meile, Jim Haar, Shaun Wanner, Jim
Bridge, and Terry Fisher.

2. The Spring Conference was discussed. The schedule for the Spring Conference
was reviewed and finalized. Butch Bachman reported on the number of vendors,
registration gifts, and shirts. Jerry Miller contacted the secretary inquiring about
offering the conference for college credit again. It was decided to offer the credit.

3. Steve Berseth reported on Leadership Training and talked about increasing the
state faculty to be able to offer more courses in the future. Courses will be taught at
both the Spring Conference and at the Summer Coaches Clinic. He also explained
the Certified Athletic Administrators program. SDIAAA will be offering the New AD’s
Workshop again at the Summer Coaches Clinic.

4. Jim Dorman talked about the newsletter and the possibility of expanding its
scope. The idea of selling advertising was discussed and he is to pursue this further.

5. Changes in the Constitution were discussed. The secretary is to send out
copies to the Board members and have them look it over and send suggestions for
possible amendments or changes that need to be made.

6. Those who attended the National Convention in San Diego gave a report. Bob
Reznicek of Omaha was elected as an At-large member to the National Board of
Directors. Nebraska and South Dakota are both in Section V. It was discussed to pay
$300 to the President of SDIAAA toward attendance at the National Convention. This
will be brought up at the regular meeting of SDIAAA and voted on.

7. Harvey Hammrich, State Liaison to NIAAA, gave a report. He needs to get a list of
athletic directors that have been active for 15, 20, 25, and 30 years to get years of
service certificates from the NIAAA. He also talked about the State Award of Merit
selection.

8. The SDIAAA Hall of Fame was discussed. Steve Berseth displayed a plaque that
had been by Brookings Engraving. With a few minor changes the Board decided to
order two of each plaque, one for the recipient and one for display at the Hall of Fame.
Jim Haar ordered the letters to be installed at Northern State University. The staff of
NSU will install them at no cost. Tim Oster is still pursuing corporate sponsorship for
the Hall of Fame. The awards banquet will be held in conjunction with the principals
banquet on Thursday evening. The secretary is to look into programs for the banquet.

9. Athletic Director of the Year nominees have been sent ot Max Hawk for voting.
Region reps are taking care of the Region AD of the Year awards. Motion by
Hammrich, seconded by Berseth to order and present a plaque to Marlyn
Goldhammer at the Spring Conference in appreciation for his years of service to the
SDHSAA and SDIAAA and the youth of South Dakota. All voting in favor, the motion
carried.

10. Motion by Weber, seconded by Bachman to recommend the appointment of
Craig Nowotny, St. Thomas More, as the athletic director on the SDHSAA Golf Advisory
Board. All voting in favor, the motion carried.

9. There being no further business, the meeting adjourned. The next meeting will
be Wednesday, March 21, 2001 at 7:00 P.M. in Rapid City.




Jim Dorman
Executive Secretary
        MINUTES OF SDIAAA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
                NOVEMBER 1, 2000 - 10:00 A.M. CST
            PIERRE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION BUILDING

1. Meeting called to order by President Clay Anderson. Members present were:
Gary Frankenstein, Terry Stulken, Harvey Hammrich, Jim Dorman, Steve Berseth,
Mark Wendelgass, Butch Bachman, Jim Haar, Norm Mack, Rick Weber, Tom Oster,
and Darren Paulson; absent: Mark Meile, Shaun Wanner, Larry Ball, Jim Bridge, and
Terry Fisher.

2. Minutes of the Executive & General Session Meetings of March 22 and 24 were
read and on motion by Frankenstein, seconded by Weber, all voting in favor, the
minutes were approved as read.

3. The financial report showed a balance as of October 11, 2000 of $3,765.51 in
checking, $1,837.36 in savings, and $5,000.00 in a certificate of deposit. Motion by
Mack, seconded by Bachman to approve the financial report. All voting in favor, the
motion carried.

4. The schedule for the Spring Conference was reviewed. The schedule will be
finalized at the January meeting of the executive board. Steve Berseth contacted
Robert Kanaby, Executive Director of NFHS, to be our keynote speaker at the spring
conference. Suggestions for other sessions were discussed. Linda Viken was
another possible speaker. Steve Berseth reported on the LTC courses that will be
offered. Darren Paulson will check on the rooms needed for the conference.
      Motion by Haar, seconded by Berseth to increase the cost of the spring
conference from $18 to $30 and include one banquet ticket with registration. All voting
in favor, the motion carried.
      Butch Bachman is in charge of ordering money clips for conference favors.

5. A considerable amount of time was spent discussing the SDIAAA Hall of Fame.
Motion by Oster, seconded by Weber to approve the SDIAAA Hall of Fame Constitution.
All voting in favor, the motion carried.
      The selection process was discussed. It was decided to nominate candidates
for the Hall of Fame at the spring Executive Board Meeting. Inductees will be selected
at the fall Executive Board Meeting. Forms will be sent to the inductees. Honorees
will be inducted at an awards banquet at the spring conference.
      Plaques and corporate sponsors were discussed. Motion by Bachman,
seconded by Oster to purchase plaques from Brookings Engraving. All voting in favor,
the motion carried. Tom Oster will look into corporate sponsorship.
      Other awards to be presented at the awards banquet are: Region AD of the Year,
NIAAA Award of Merit, Past President, Retiring AD’s, and 10-15-20-25-30 Year Awards.
      Clay Anderson reported on banquet arrangements. A minimum of $450 needs to
be guaranteed along with a 72 hour guarantee. He reported on prices for various
menus. He will check into other menus and report at the January meeting.
     It will cost approximately $782 for letters for the Hall of Fame. NSU staff will
install the letters and plaques.
     Harvey Hammrich and Jim Haar reported on Hall of Fame Inductees. Motion by
Stulken, seconded by Haar to approve the following as inductees: Howard Naasz,
Rapid City; Jack Richardson, Yankton; Ron Brown, Vermillion; Wally Diehl, Sioux Falls;
and Clyde Cotten, Huron. All voting in favor, the motion carried.

6. National Convention door prizes were discussed. In the past two Black Hills
watches were given at the annual meeting. At the Section V meeting smaller items
such as golf balls, hats, etc. were given away. National Convention delegates have
been notified.

7.   Steve Berseth has been contacted to serve on the National Certification Board.

8. Section V will have a candidate for the at large NIAAA Executive Board. Bob
Reznicek form Nebraska is running and SDIAAA provided financial assistance.

9. President Anderson appointed Tom Parquet of Midland to serve as Region Four
representative on the SDIAAA Executive Board replacing Larry Ball of Jones County.

10. There being no further business, the meeting adjourned. The next meeting will
be Wednesday, January 24, 2001 at 11:00 A.M. in Pierre.




Jim Dorman
Executive Secretary

								
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