Brookfield Athletic Association
The Brookfield Athletic Association was formed in 1936, its purpose to provide a wide variety of athletic endeavors for citizens in the Brookfield area. To provide facilities, leadership, character, value, and encouragement for athletes of all groups and ages. This is the resolve of the BAA and is done without consideration of endorsement or praise.
The BAA has been the sole sponsor of all ball teams from the area - including the Gold medal winning, Canadian Champions in 1980. Financial assistance is also given to hockey teams, curling, swimming, soccer, figure skating, bowling, golf, school sports, and many other forms of recreation.
The BAA meets at the Don Henderson Memorial Sportsplex, normally on the second Sunday of each month.
For more information
on the BAA , please contact any of the members.
The BAA depends largely on volunteer
fund raising for their resources to maintain
Executives- President -Mike Henderson 673-2769; Vice- P - Lewis Ingram; Secretary - Julie Walters; Treasurer - Robert Putnam
Skating Wilma Schenkels 673-3007 Junior
Curling - Leah Bowers 673-3126 Minor
Hockey Charles Bowers 673-3126
ChukkerBall - Chris Bernard 673-3225.
NHL hockey is finally back! The Brookfield Elks’ hockey pool is also back!
This pool has proven to be popular over the past two decades. The weeklycost is only $2 per entry, and the format is very simple - just select the winners of the upcoming weekend games. The player with the most correct picks claims the prize - usually in the $120 - $200 range. All funds raised go to the Brookfield Athletic Association to be used for the continuing support of minor hockey, minor ball, figure skating, curling,volleyball, bowling, Junior B hockey, SCA school awards, & Elk Park.OTHER highlights include building and maintaining Eastern Canada’s best ball field, Elk Park being the first lighted field for softball in the east. The BAA was the leading force in the building of the Don Henderson Memorial Sportsplex. A grant of $10,000 was recently given to the new school in South Colchester allowing, among other improvements, a 25% increase in the size of the gymnasium.
Tickets are available at Roop’s Esso, http://users.eastlink.ca/~elks/, thru numerous salespeople, or via email. With email, we will send you the previous week's results, and the upcoming weekend's ticket - simply e mail your picks back by suppertime Friday -- it's that simple!! Pool treasurer Nancy VanTassell (email or 673-2070) will work with you to set up a payment collection option that is convenient - many prepay an amount to cover their entries for several weeks. If you would prefer the weekly mailing to come to a different email address than the above, please notify Pibby (email or 673-3262). Thank you and Good Luck! See you in the Pool!Thanks for your support
is maintained by the Brookfield Community Assembly.