The following companies, organizations, and individuals have given generously to help support the financial needs of the McGee's Crossroads Athletic Association. Please help us support our sponsors by patronizing their businesses whenever possible. Make sure you let them know how much you appreciate their donation to MCAA!
All donations (big or small) make a HUGE difference.
Please contact any Board/Chair person if you are interested in sponsoring a team.
President: Bobby Gordon firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President: Daniel Parker email@example.com
Treasurer/Baseball: Brian Massengill firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Don Cappelletti email@example.com
Basketball: Daniel Parker firstname.lastname@example.org
Soccer: Brian Massengill email@example.com
Softball: Paul Evaniak firstname.lastname@example.org
Cheer: Jessica Mitchell email@example.com
The McGee's Crossroads Athletic Association is a non-profit organization created to develop, support and promote recreational activities in the McGee's Crossroads area. Contributions made by you or your corporation not only help to develop a very worth-while cause, but they are also 100% tax deductible!!
The primary focus of the organization will be teaching the fundamentals of each sport and sportsmanship to the players. This focus is intended to bolster the abilities and understanding of the participants, to aid in physical conditioning, and to increase community spirit. Without the generous support of our corporate sponsors, it would be impossible to offer the programs through the MCAA. Sponsorship dollars allow us to keep our fees low, and to maintain our fields and facilities.
We appreciate our sponsors for their commitment to the McGee's Crossroads community and we encourage all registrants to patronize our sponsors through our web page and game programs.
"A hundred years from now it will not matter what my bank account was, the sort of house I lived in, or the kind of car I drove…but the world may be different because I was important in the life of a child” ~ Forest E. Witcraft