Hillwood Soccer Club

PO Box 60226

Shoreline, WA. 98160


Hillwood Soccer Club | PO Box 60226 | Shoreline, WA. 98160

206-542-3353 | Hillwoodsoccerclub@HillwoodSoccer.com

Hillwood Soccer Club Board & Club Volunteers

Board of Directors Elections As part of securing IRS status as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, we revamped our by-laws four  years ago and changed the process by which we elect new members to the Board of Directors. At this time, we are soliciting candidates to serve on the Board. If interested, please send your statement of interest to:www.hillwoodsoccer.com  There are currently nine directors. Four of those positions are up for election and one of them will be an open seat. Directors attend monthly board meetings and provide governance for the club. Elections will be held as part of a brief Annual General Meeting, in conjunction with the May meeting as provided for in the club's by-laws.

Emperor (Acting Pres) D.J. Yasui
Vice-President Jim Shea
Secretary Phil Herold
Treasurer Maria Yasui
Director at Large Dave Reichgott
Director at Large POSITION OPEN
Administrator Sue Brangwin
SYSA Rep Phil Herold
Disciplinary Rep Douglas Haub (323-454-3840)
Coaches Rep Kim Huntamer
Newsletter Editor POSITION OPEN
Manager Rep Jonathan Cimuchowski
Parent Rep #1


Parent Rep #2

Kay Fleming

Girls Registrar U10-U18


Boys Registrar U10-U18 POSITION OPEN
Girls Registrar U7-U8-U9 POSITION OPEN
Boys Registrar U7-U8-U9 POSITION OPEN
Registrar U6 Sue Brangwin
Game Scheduler Rob McCuistion
Spring/Summer Camp POSITION OPEN
Referee Assignor U10+ Larry Metz
Referee Assignor U9 Luke Siler
Practice Fields Eric Strandberg
U10+ Uniforms Amanda Zollner
Micro Jerseys Teresa Meyer
Webmaster Julie Gaevert

Hillwood Soccer Club has received 501(c)(3) status from the IRS and as part of the application process, we have changed our board structure. We have moved to a smaller board of directors so that we can secure a quorum at meetings and conduct essential business for meeting our legal requirements. There are also many volunteers who make the soccer programs run and Hillwood couldn't exist without them -- but they don't typically attend board meetings and the new structure frees them of any feeling of obligation to do so.