Athletic Association Volunteers

You can help to make a difference!

The Athletic Association is 100% volunteer and we need your help.

Looking for FREE athletics for your child?
Looking to support the Seton Regional Athletic Association?
Looking to volunteer your time to make Seton Regional Athletic Association a better place for your children?

NOW is your chance to get involved in the Seton Regional Athletic Association!

We meet monthly on the fourth Thursday of the month in the Parish Hall (or under the pavilion if weather allows). The list below is a breakdown of the Seton Regional Athletic Association Board and the positions available to help support the program. If interested in helping to keep the Athletic Association running smoothly, reach out to one of our Coordinators and let them know. We prefer that new volunteers work next to the existing coordinators before taking over the position.

Board members Phone Number Email
President – Cameron Denison (314) 565-9806
Secretary – Cory Grizzle (636) 675-3721
Treasurer – Bizzy Hyde
Vice President/District Rep – Kevin Block (314) 409-4748

Basketball – Dan Rakers (314) 792-0721
Basketball Officials – We need position filled 
Soccer – Madlen Tanious
Soccer RefereePosition Needed
Volleyball – Chrisi Dubis (636)-578-1080 
Volleyball Referee – Ashley Boland (314) 717-2448 
Baseball/Softball – Lauren Dieckmann (314) 602-9466
Baseball/Softball – Mike Parmeter (314) 226-8271
Baseball/Softball Umpires – Position Needed  
Golf – Bob Hebenheimer (636) 875-6151
Chess – Patrick Gebhard (314) 406-4622
Concession Scheduler – Maureen Smakick (314) 578-8754
Concessions – Bob Ittiara (636) 422-0422
Facilities – Joe Ledbetter (314) 220-4495 [Retiring 2023]
Marketing – Chip Nicastro (314) 276-4003
Men’s Club Representative – Robert Grossmann (314) 604-4545 RGROSSMAN@murphy‐

Concession Stand Openers/Closers

Openers and closers (O/C) are responsible for managing the opening and closing of the concession stand before games begin and after games are complete. Concession stand workers are assigned to specific shifts in the concession stand, and the O/C is there to manage the opening and closing of the concession stand through the efforts of the assigned workers. A schedule is created by the O/C manager with accommodations made for personal schedules of the O/C’s. Once that schedule is released, trading dates and times with other O/C are no problem. The frequency of work is based on the number of O/C that are participating; the goal is to have 12-14 which results in one shift/ week during the baseball/ softball season, and less during the remaining seasons.

Duties include: unlocking or locking the concession stand, explaining the procedures to the workers and ensure they are carried out, making sure change is available and depositing funds at the end of each shift, ensuring the concession is cleaned by the workers before the doors are closed.

Perks include free fees for your children for the sports season you are working, no requirement to work your required volunteer duty of 4 hours, and meeting lots of people!

O/C can sign up for year-round duty or by individual sport season.