Annual Fall Board/Association Meeting
September 16th, 2018
10:00am Board Members
NEW PRAGUE Golf Course – New Prague, MN
Address: 400 Lexington Ave S, New Prague, MN 56071
Online registration deadline date:
(restate wording - May 2018)
December 1st OR if you have a meet that is before December 1st.
Athlete Fee: $15/athlete
Team Fee: $50/Team
Age Division: January 1, 2018 their age on THAT DATE.
Mail Jack Paulson (board statician)
1073 Willow St, Faribault, MN 55021:
Email Janet Winter (board secretary) firstname.lastname@example.org:
Last day to qualify for a state meet (President's day) February 19th, 2019
Each club/gymnast must participate in 4 meets to be eligible
March 2 & 3 Divisions 7, 8, 9 EAST PEG – LaCrosse, WI
March 2 & 3 Divisions 7, 8, 9 WEST – NEED
March 9 & 10 Division 4, 5, 6 EAST – Blue Angels, WI
March 9 & 10 Division 4, 5, 6 WEST Golden Knights, MN
March 16 & 17 Division 1, 2, 3 Minnetonka, MN
March 23 & 24 Individuals & Div 10 New Prague, MN
Congratulations to the scholarship winners
1. Grace Grimm – Premier Complex Gymnastics Club $500
2. Jessica Carrera – Faribault Gymnastics Club $500
3. Kaitlyn Hellman – JAGS Gymnastics Club / Monticello $500
The Midwest Amateur Gymnastics Association, Inc. seeks to fulfill its purpose by organizing and sanctioning programs for girls and boys at all levels of age and ability at local, state, and regional levels. MAGA also seeks to promote its purpose by providing for the technical organization and development of specific guidelines, rules, and policies for competition and publish and disseminate the same information while providing an organizational structure to interpret and implement these guidelines rules and policies.
Member at Large
Rob Esse - Willmar
John Evans - Northfield
Craig Sandburg - New Prague
Mike Taylor - Faribault
Scott Young - St. Louis Park & Lindy’s Gymnastics - Mounds View
In 1982, out of the ashes of the old Minnesota Independent League, five clubs got together at Young's Gymnastics Academy in St. Louis Park to form the Minnesota Amateur Gymnastics Association, a few years later, renamed to the "Midwest" Amateur Gymnastics Association to reflect the number of teams from all over the upper Midwest that were involved.
A thank you and a tribute to the "Founding Fathers" who had the foresight to create an organization that would last and benefit thousands of young athletes.
That first year, the above mentioned clubs competed 6 teams at the "State" meet. In 2016 MAGA had 57 clubs and 161 teams competing in girls gymnastics with 1592 registered athletes.
Association members follow all rules and regulations set by NFHS.