Men’s Club

The primary function of the St. Ann Men’s Club is to provide an opportunity for all St. Ann students to participate in sports programs through the CYC. We strive to offer a competitive, nurturing environment at minimal cost to families while stressing the cooperation and support of the parents.

Our funding comes from the Sprenke Tournament, Men’s Club Golf Tournament, and concessions stand sales. Each family involved in sports at St. Ann School plays a major role in keeping with the tradition of supporting our children through the volunteer program.

We also offer a monthly time of fun and fellowship for the men of the Parish on the last Wednesday of every month. We meet in the parish center at 8:15 pm (or sometimes by the soccer field in nice weather) to conduct a quick business meeting followed by food and fellowship.

Current Men’s Club officers are:

President -Bob Reid
Vice President – Charlie Giraud
Secretary – Ben Tierney
Treasurer – Matt Waterman

Please visit the Men’s Club website at


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Each person is viewed as a unique individual created in the image and likeness of God, with special gifts to be nurtured and developed.


It is the aim of St. Ann School to achieve excellence in all aspects of the school and to create an environment in which all students are challenged to actualize their potential in a loving atmosphere of discipline and self-control.


St. Ann of Normandy is a Catholic school, which strives to help students know, understand, and live the gospel message of the Catholic Church


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