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Thanks from the GA AAU Governor!

Posted on January 9, 2012 at 5:10 PM

Hello Georgia AAU Members,

The 2012 GA AAU Sports Seminar and Sports Meeting was a great success.

With over 100 GA AAU members including Club Owners, Sport Directors and Officers in attendance, GA proved it is a great "Association."


We were joined at this meeting by the National President of the AAU, Louis Stout.

Also in attendance were Amy Raciott, AAU Director of Finance, and Jackie Markham, AAU Director of Member Services.

This was a great bonus for all the members that were in attendance.


Important information on:

Athlete Health and Safety

Sports Risk Management

The Online Positive Coaching Alliance

The Betty Lowe Scholarships

Membership and Sanctioning Information

Informaton on using the AAU's 501(c)3 Non-Profit Program


Many hours of work and effort went into making this meeting a reality. A special thanks to Wendy Miller for her outstanding effort in bringing it all together.


It is our hope that the information and enthusiasm gained from attending will help to grow sports opportunities for athletes across Georgia.


I look forward to that same level of participation at our May 20, 2012 AAU Bi-Annual AAU District Meeting.


James Henry

Georgia AAU Governor


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10:21 PM on May 22, 2012 
I am a boys basketball assistant coach for Atlanta Select, in Georgia, Im
deeply disturbed by the LACK of SPORTSMANSHIP at the end of basketball games diplayed by teams towards one another.ESPICALLY towards WOMEN COACHES by players and fellow coaches. We are leaders by choice, we should be able to show this at the end of a game, where its a win or a loss. I have had MANY intstances this year that have benn very embarrassing. For young men to show this social disfunction in their teenage years, is heartbreaking. thank you, coach B. Norman