Avon QB Club FAQ


What is it?
The Avon Quarterback Club is a not for profit group made up of volunteer parents, guardians and coaches that believes deeply in the success of our student athletes. We recognize in order for our football program to continue to be successful, it takes coaches, students, parents and strong community support to join forces. The Quarterback Club needs you as
parents/guardians to help make it a successful season for the players.

What else does the QB Club do?
The Avon football program supports about 150 student athletes. During the season, the QB Club plans and coordinates team meals for Varsity and JV, coordinates tailgates for certain home games (open to Freshman players, all parents, grandparents, friends and families), supplying snacks each night at team camp, purchasing equipment and supplies for the team and hosting a year end banquet to honor the coaches and players for their accomplishments. (Open to Freshman, JV, and Varsity)

How do I get involved?
If you are not currently on the email list, or know someone who wants to be added, please email us at AvonQuarterbackClub@gmail.com. This is extremely important for all parents/guardians, especially JV and Varsity as we send out all team dinner information through email only. We are also on Twitter and Facebook under Avon QB Club and our webpage is www.avonqbclub.com.

Why do I pay a $50 snack fee?
The fee helps offset some of the cost for the sandwiches, chips, cookies and Gatorades provided to your player before AND after every away game. This also includes snacks that Coach keeps on hand for whenever the boys may need a little extra. The players need nourishment and hydration before the game and after the game on the bus ride home.
Volunteers arrange picking up and handing out food before and after games as the players get on the bus. We want all our players to be able to eat, that is why the fee is mandatory.

Why is the QB Club fundraising so important
The Funds raised by the QB club are used to purchase home and away meals, snacks, drinks, Thursday night team meal items, Saturday morning donuts, Etc. This also allows the QB Club to purchase a steak dinner and gifts for all the seniors at the year-end banquet. We were blessed
this past season to be able to buy some much-needed big-ticket items for the team. This included the ability to help purchase a much needed football golf cart. In 2019 our annual Quarterback Club Golf outing helped raise over $9000.00. The money raised directly benefits the players.

Below is a portion of our food expenses incurred in 2019
Gatorade/Team Snacks = $721.96 (down from $4680 in 2018 thanks to donations)
Subway / Snacks Away Games = $5,110.88
Team Meals (Thursday nights) = $891.91
Donuts/Milk (Saturday mornings after win) = $604.43
Total = $7329.18

The Athletes love and appreciate all that the QB club has been able to provide. Please help us continue to make that possible through fundraising. We believe it takes a FOOTBALL FAMILY to help our team be successful.

Please contact us and Get Involved Today!

Quarterback Club Officers
President – Heather Mayo
Vice President – Kim Vereb
Treasurer – Amy Shockley
Secretary -Ashley Hesson
Social Media Communications- Jeff Vereb