On December 3, 2022, the Nominating Committee of Rotary District 7305 gathered to select the next District Governor Nominee Designate (DGND). The Nominating Committee was comprised of the following Rotarians: Colleen Arnowitz (Charleroi), Vickie Buzzelli (North Boroughs), George Dull (Fox Chapel), Dan Kravetz (White Oak), Kelli Robbins (Pittsburgh), Miguel Saviroff (Somerset), Patricia Shaffer (Murrysville-Export) and Mark Rafail (Uniontown).
For the second year in a row Coach Felicia Mycyk held her all-girls football camp called Zone Coverage. Girls traveled from several counties and states to participate in the girls football camp held in Ambridge, Pennsylvania.
"Giving girls the space to see themselves as athletes empowers them to build confidence and self-esteem," said Coach Mycyk.
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Titusville Rotary Club members and guests of the local business community met on Tuesday to hear from motivational speaker Felicia Mycyk at the 2022 Annual Free Enterprise Luncheon.
The event had previously been the Rotary’s part of Chamber Month, but has since become a stand alone event allowing business leaders to hear from experts in various fields.
While no longer part of Chamber Month, the luncheon is a joint venture by the Titusville Rotary Club and the Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce. According to Chris Fiely, president of the Rotary Club, the purpose of the event “is joining business and community leaders to celebrate our country’s economic system and learn from guest speakers.”
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They came!! Girls from eight different zip codes traveled to Ambridge to participate in my girls-only football camp, called zone coverage!
We did agility drills, hosted a football combine, talked football terminology, learned about each position, and even played flag football.
AMBRIDGE — In hopes of making the game of football more accessible and open to young women, former Women's Football Alliance athlete, longtime coach and motivational speaker Felicia Mycyk is hosting an all-girls football camp Saturday, Sept. 18.
As more and more women get involved with football across the country from a playing, coaching and scouting standpoint, Mycyk — who has been at the forefront of change when it comes to women in sports in the area and currently serves as an assistant coach for the Ambridge varsity football team — is hoping to make an impact in her own community through the game she loves.
Mycyk's camp will be the first of its kind for young girls in Beaver County, though she has worked at all-woman's football camps in the past in the greater Pittsburgh area, hosted by former and current members of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Though she's familiar with the style of camp she's set to host Saturday in Ambridge, it never donned on her to do her own version targeting young girls until recently.
"I was handing out backpacks with Darrelle Revis this summer and there was a little time in between the next group coming, and this little girl saw a football and wanted to catch it," Mycyk said, explaining the reasoning behind her all-girls football camp. "It was a rough catch, but she really took to the instruction I gave her on how to catch it properly. That's when it hit me and made me remember that girls want to play football too. I don't know why it never clicked with me until now, but I'm so excited to get this opportunity to introduce more girls to this sport."
Mycyk's one-day, non-contact football camp will be held at Walter Panek Park on Breintestein Road in Ambridge from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and is open to all girls in grades 1-12 with a $20 registration fee.
Camp participants will learn the basic fundamentals of football, including passing, catching, running with the football, basic terminology, and more.