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with regards to H.A. and Margret Rey

Furious George Incorporates

This year, in Furious George’s twentieth season, the club will at last register as a non-profit (formally, a “Society”) under the British Columbia Society Act.

This is a rare move in North American ultimate, often reserved for leagues and regional/national associations. In the United States, registering as a non-profit (or not-for-profit) corporation is a task usually not for the faint of heart. Even under the comparatively lenient procedures in Canada, most teams have no formal existence — and if they do, it’s under the umbrella of a league organization. ¬†Nevertheless, it feels a lot like we and the sport are moving out of our adolescence, and we have to keep up with expectations. ¬†Before the end of the month, Furious George, its common property and images will exist under the auspices of the Furious Ultimate Society.* Here is why:

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Furious George Revamps Logo

Rumours have predicted it for some time, but the iconic monkey logo and the face of a team for two decades is officially undergoing a facelift this year, and its new, friendlier incarnation  has now been made public.

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