It's a busy end of season for MN SH. Here are a few things to keep track of
Our end of season games and celebration will be March 6th. Trophies will be given to all that day. There will be team pictures and cake.
Flyer: End of season celebration
What: End of the year celebration! And, Team Photos
When: Sunday, March 6,
Where: Fogerty Arena, 9250 Lincoln St., Blaine
Please invite family, friends, and even potential new players!
This would be a great opportunity for your friends to watch and see if this
is something they would like to do.
Following the Mar 6 games and celebration we have just learned that there will be an out of town tourney in Alexandria Mar 12-13
Flyer: Alexandria Tourney
March 12-13 Alexandria, MN
Games: Saturday Afternoon & Sunday Morning.
Hotel Rooms Reserved at Holiday Inn Alexandra $101.99 + tax 320-763-6577 Block: MN Special Hockey
Questions? Call Susie at: 612-325-3392
Lastly we all know about the Disabled Hockey Festival April 1-3. (See calendar: http://www.mnspecialhockey.org/event/show/18165653?dy=1&mth=4&yr=2011).
The disabled festival needs volunteers, so please ask around for friends and family who might help. Jane Cashin writes:
As a representative of MN Special Hockey, I think all of us need to spend time volunteering for this event. In many typical hockey organizations everyone has volunteer hours that they must fulfill. Please find the time to volunteer for this event. We want to make this special for our players and the other players traveling from all over the country. Thanks,
Please ask your friends and family to help support our Disabled Hockey Festival -
The 7th Annual USA Hockey Disabled Festival is being held April 1-3rd, 2011 at the National Sports Center in Blaine, MN. Over 50 teams representing Sled hockey and Special Hockey will be coming from across the country to compete in this three day tournament. To make this event a success we need many volunteers! Volunteers are needed for game announcers, score keeping, rink managing, registration and more. Many times people ask how can I help your program; this is a great opportunity to support Disabled hockey and see some great games in action. Please consider asking your family and friends to volunteer tournament weekend. Many of our local players will be playing in the tournament so this will be their chance to see them play and give to a program that has become an important part of Minnesota Hockey. If you, your friends or family are interested in volunteering and would like more information please contact Volunteer Coordinator Suzy Lindeberg at email@example.com.
(We need many volunteers to announce the players and keep the score of each game! Please help us fill all these volunteer positions!)
Local Hockey Teams and Association volunteers needed
Do you know of a local hockey team looking for a rewarding volunteer opportunity? Minnesota Hockey is excited to announce that the 7th Annual USA Hockey Disabled Festival is being held April 1-3rd, 2011 at the National Sports Center in Blaine, MN. Over 50 teams representing Sled hockey and Special Hockey will be coming from across the country to compete in this three day tournament. We are looking for boys and girls hockey teams/players who would be willing to volunteer to be a “buddy team.” This buddy team would be responsible for providing fan support to the playing teams. We would like buddy teams to be groups of 5- 10 players willing to commit to a 3 hour volunteer period on one or more of the tournament days. We want all of the visiting teams to have plenty of fan support provided by our local hometown teams cheering on the games. If your team would like to put together a group(s) to volunteer as a buddy team, or for the many other volunteer positions, for the Disabled Hockey Festival please contact Volunteer Coordinator Suzy Lindeberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are looking for corporate support for the Disabled Festival. If you have a contact with a business who may be interested in financially sponsoring the event please contact Tournament Director Toni O'Brien at email@example.com.
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