Sports Complex

To the Editor,

The Quit Qui Oc Recreation and Training Complex is about to begin our 15th year of operation. QQO is a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 corporation operating with a board of directors chosen from the community; (currently we have one opening due to the recent resignation of Sherry Joseph due to family and work commitments).

QQOAAI owns all assets of the athletic complex and operations are funded through modest usage fees, grants from othercharitable organizations, and contributions from businesses and individuals.

Here is what we accomplished over the last year:

• We were able to pay-off $12,800 of our long term debt.

* We welcomed Sara Baltus to the Board of Directors and had to say goodbye to Mary Albright who resigned due to work commitments.

• We installed safety netting over the bleacher area of the softball diamonds with help from the Plymouth Softball Association and the Gift of Life Organization.

• Three new scoreboards were installed on our softball diamonds through the generous donations from Lakeside Pepsi, Scott Clark of the Plymouth Culvers, Sargento Foods, and Jerry Krebsbach of KW Electric helping with the installation. The old scoreboards were obsolete and repair parts were not available.

• On January 23, 2016,we held our 8th Annual Super Bowl of Lip Synch with 12 acts providing the entertainment for the evening; it is our major fund raiser to support the cost of operations. This event has grown every year due to the support from many local businesses and their donations of both Silent and Live Auction items.

• We once again provided the fields for the home games for teams of the Plymouth Soccer CIub. They are looking forward to utilizing their new practice field that will be ready later this spring. The UW-Oshkosh coaches held an August soccer camp for 135 PSC players.

• We continued to entertain young and old alike with great softball games and concessions in a warm and inviting sporting atmosphere. We had 79 teams with over 1,000 players in leagues this past summer and fall.

• QQO hosted the annual Gift of Life Tournament. Twenty one teams participated in the organizations Silver Anniversary event this year. The tournament benefits three families from the Plymouth area struggling with cancer and other health problems.

• QQO provided the grounds for the “Cheese Capital of the World” fireworks held this past summer.

John Eadelis

Facilities Manager


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