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Organization

Executive Board

The Dixon Junior Dukes organization is overseen by an executive board, which consist of 10 board members.

*    President
*    Vice President
*    Secretary
*    Treasurer
*    Business Agent
*    Concession Manager
*    Equipment Manager
*    Complex Manager
*    Boys Athletic Director
*    Girls Athletic Director

Meetings are held on the second Monday of each month. For more information on our monthly meetings, please write to:

Dixon Junior Dukes
P.O. Box 371
Dixon, IL 61021

You can also contact us at sethtegeler@dixonfootball.net.

Contacts

President                     Seth Tegeler       815-973-2369

Vice President              Mike Bass           815-973-7947

Secretary                     Linda Gieson       815-441-9097

Treasurer                    Jodi Johnson        815-440-5280

Business Agent            Jon Gieson          815-546-1792

Concession Manager    Jackie Troutman    815-973-1375

Complex Manager       Mike Bass            815-973-7947

Equipment Manager     Kevin Sperling      815-677-1933

Boys Athletic Director    Mike Smith          815-440-7513

Girls Athletic Director    Debbie Bay          815-973-6467

8th Football Head        Bob Pinegar         815-973-4117

7th Football Head        Seth Tegeler        815-973-2369

6th Football Head        Kevin Sperling      815-677-1933

5th Football Head        John Reese         815-652-5311

8th Cheer Head          Sarah Kent           815-440-0070

7th Cheer Head          Michelle Dewey     815-499-8203

6th Cheer Head          Julie Spangler       815-985-9410

5th Cheer Head          Debbie Bay          815-973-6467

Dance Head               Kelly Jones           815-440-1944

Mission Statement

The Dixon Junior Dukes are committed to teaching the fundamentals of football, cheer, & dance teamwork, cooperation, fair play, character building, and above all else, fun.

In order to achieve these goals, parents, staff and administration must be role models, by example, in their conduct and stay within the boundaries of good sportsmanship and fair play.

With the fulfillment of these goals all participants will leave the program with a strong sense of self-confidence and self respect for the betterment of the youth and or community.

Objectives

Through the collaboration with coaches, players, family members, friends, and volunteers, the staff of the Dixon Junior Dukes organization is committed to the following objectives:

1.    We will provide a safe, fun, and sportsmanlike environment for boys and girls to learn the fundamentals of football, cheer, & Dance.

2.    We will teach and encourage participation in the sport of American football, cheer, & dance while developing the value of teamwork.

3.    We will promote good sportsmanship and the importance of physical activity in the lives of the participants while promoting positive physical and emotional development of the players.

4.    We will develop a standard of values and ethics, which demonstrates sportsmanship and positive representation of self, team, school, and community.

5.    We will carry out competitive games in the Dixon, Illinois area.