Results from the 2020 USHA Board Member Elections are now complete. Each year, ballots are mailed to USHA Members of the three regions where Board Member positions are up for re-election. Results are tallied by a third-party accounting firm and reported to the USHA Headquarters. Terry Nett (Rocky Mt.) and Denis Hogan (Mid-America) were re-elected to serve three-year terms for their respective regions. Quinn Foley of Woodbury, MN will be our newest USHA Board Member as he was elected to represent the Central Region beginning his three-year term in January.
Foley has been an advocate for handball since his college days where he helped start a handball club at Luther College. Recently, Foley co-directed the Inaugural Minnesota Wallball Invitational at the new one-wall court in St. Paul's Clayland Park.
Congratulations to the newly elected Board Members, and thank you for volunteering your time to Organize, Promote and Spread the Joy of Handball...The Perfect Game!
See the full article from the USHA web site.
Make sure you let Quinn know of any concerns or ideas you have for making Handball better in the Central Region.