BEET CITY BOMBERS
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"I'm not bad, I just skate that way."
J’Sicka Rabid became a drafted member of Beet City in 2015. Rabid’s favorite thing about roller derby is that it allows her to feel empowered, to hit and be hit, to get knocked down and get back up again. Her biggest “derbspiration” are all the 5,600+ members of the Roller Derby Over 40/50/60/70 Skaters Community. Rabid served as President of Beet City in 2018 and is excited to finish what she started! BCB has grown exponentially in her time here and our drafted membership has tripled. Rabid’s goal for the future is for the league to continue building a platform that will offer all interested ladies in our area the opportunity to receive all that Roller Derby has given her.
"Every one progresses at their own pace in derby, and that is why derby is purrfect for everyone!"
Spitten Kitten became interested in Roller Derby after watching the 2009 film “Whip It.” She loves playing derby because of the strength and confidence it builds. Kitten became a drafted member of Beet City in October 2017. She was able to get to play in a bout with her very first coach, Aralia Spine of the Treasure Valley Rollergirls. She says that Aralia Spine taught her how to skate and gave her confidence in her ability. Her Beet Seed Coach, J’Sicka Rabid continues to be a mentor to her as a teammate and the league’s President. She says that Rabid reminds us that derby is FUN!
Treasurer/Director of Finance
"I think we can make it. In fact, I'm sure. And if you fall, stand tall and come back for more." - Tupac
Ray-Diation got her Master’s in Social Work from Northwest Nazarene University. Her education and work experience has provided her with the opportunity to work with people from all walks of life. She currently works as an Account Coordinator for the J.R. Simplot Company, where she manages pricing and payments related to special markets accounts. Her main goal as the Treasurer for Beet City is to offer her skills of organization and efficient money management to the league! Ray became a drafted member of Beet City in October 2017. Her favorite thing about Roller Derby is the comradery. She loves being apart of a team, being competitive, and achieving things that once seemed impossible. Any physical activity isi fun for her, especially with a group of good friends!
"When I die, bury me with my skates on."
Khloe KarBash-u-in graduated from Northwest Nazarene University in 2016. She worked for a local Marketing Agency as a Graphic Designer, where she also gained experience in social media management, content creating, and marketing. She is excited to serve as Beet City’s PR/Marketing Director for the 2019 season! Bash became a drafted member of BCB in June 2018. Her biggest "derbspirations" are Lady Trample of Denver Roller Derby, Tarantula of the Rose City Rollers, and Beet City's Abby Ruthless. Bash is a Blocker and wants to keep it that way, but she would like to develop her jamming skills so that she can be a helpful Pivot on the track. As PR/Marketing Director, Bash’s goals are to spread the derby love into the community!
Bout Coordinator/Interleague Coordinator
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Pain started playing roller derby at Beet City in 2013 and drafted on her 39th birthday. She has held many leadership positions in our league, including President and Treasurer. Her favorite thing about derby is the sisterhood, as she has gained many new friends in the past 5 years. She has played a lot of sports in her life (check out those muscles), but Roller Derby is her favorite. Her biggest derby inspiration is all the ladies that come out and give derby a try. She has seen many women with no skating experience, learn how to skate and draft a few months later. Her favorite memory at BCB is winning a game with just 6 players! It was tough, but they played their hearts out. Pain's goal for herself is to keep learning and growing as a player. She's primarily a jammer, but she loves to block! Her goals for the league are to keep growing and maintaining a wonderful culture.
Director of Fundraising & Sponsorship
Abby Ruthless became a drafted member of the Beet City in December 2012. She has served on the Board of Directors in 2013, 2014, and 2015. Abby’s favorite thing about Roller Derby is the continual growth. Finding things to improve on is part of the challenge! Her biggest “derbspirations” are Soledad from the Angel City Derby Girls, Bar Scar Sally (former Treasure Valley Roller Girls skater), and BCB’s Dynamite Doll. Abby’s goals for BCB in the future are continued expansion, and using her role on the Board of Directors to expand sponsorship. She’s a positive bee and wants to be a light wherever she can to the team! She will forever be #beetstrong!
Director of Training
"I'm going to do this the old fashioned way... two skates and maximum effort."
Slaybretooth Tiger is looking forward to another year of growth for the 2019 season! She drafted onto the Rodeo City Rollergirls in October 2016 and came to Beet City in March 2018. In 2018, she served as Captain of the Flygirls and has been involved in the Beet Seed program. Her “derbspirations” include Hula C Nation of the Rodeo City Rollergirls, Beet City’s very own BB Hellcat, and Tracey Akers of Denver Roller Derby. She says that all of these players have helped shaped her derby career into what it is now. Tiger spends a lot of time blocking, but still wants to see where jamming will take her. In her free time, she enjoys photography, DIYing, and assisting Boise’s Jr. Roller Derby team, the Renegades.