Registration Update, News (Port Stanley Minor Hockey)

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Jul 17, 2019 | webmaster | 1035 views
Registration Update
PSMHA Roster for 2019-20 will be...
Midget - 3 LL teams
Bantam - 2 LL teams
Peewee - 2 LL teams
Atom - 1 LL/1 Rep team
Novice - 1 LL/1 Rep team
Pre novice & younger teams will be made closer to the start of the season; registration for this age is never closed/late.
Limited spots at all other levels/positions except Atom Goalie-FULL & Peewee Goalie-FULL 
Please set up you payment plan or e-transfer to [email protected]
Fees due in full by Sept 1.
*LAST CALL FOR COACH APPLICATIONS. INTERVIEWS STARTING SOON.*


Sponsors
Herms Sport Exchange
Herm’s Sport Exchange is a 4,500 square foot store that specializes in new and used hockey skates and equipment for London and surrounding communities. Our hockey department selection ranges from entry level for the beginner to the very best skates, sticks and equipment in the sport. We strive to keep the widest selection in the market including close-outs from the major suppliers so that we can offer the best value for our customers whatever their needs. Herm’s Sport Exchange has the largest selection of used skates in the area. We have 1000’s of skates for everyone from the competitive hockey player to the recreational skater. Whether you are looking for recreational skates or hockey skates we have a selection that is second to none. In addition we keep a huge selection of used hockey equipment that has all been sanitized using the patented Sani-Sport process. In addition Herm’s is a family bike sales centre offering a full service bike shop for all your biking needs. Whether you need a slight adjustment for an older bike or a complete service we have knowledgeable staff to help you get your bike ready for the season. Stop by to see our used bike selection and our offering of new bikes for everyone in the family. Herm’s also tries to offer a wide selection of new and used soccer equipment for the recreational player. From shoes to shins to socks we have what you need to get your child ready for the soccer season.
Port Stanley Lioness
To provide community service opportunities for individuals. To unite its members in friendship, fellowship, and mutual understanding.
Port Stanley Lions Club
Lions Clubs – Where There's A Need, There's A Lion Whenever a Lions club gets together, problems get smaller. And communities get better. That's because we help where help is needed – in our own communities and around the world – with unmatched integrity and energy. The World's Largest Service Club Organization Our 46,000 clubs and 1.4+ million members make us the world's largest service club organization. We're also one of the most effective. Our members do whatever is needed to help their local communities. Everywhere we work, we make friends. With children who need eyeglasses, with seniors who don’t have enough to eat and with people we may never meet.
PSMHA Hockey Moms
Hockey Moms are looking for new members!!! If you are a Mom, Dad, Grandma, step Mom, or someone interested in helping out all of the kids of PSMHA, consider joining the Hockey Moms! We meet once a month and help out with events such as Hockey Day in Canada, providing food at tournaments and raise money by cleaning out the beer shed at Foodland. In the past, we've provided teams with funds for team building events, helmet stickers and meals on Hockey Day in Canada. We will be running a few exciting and new fundraisers this year!!! Parent reps will receive monthly updates at board meetings and we will pass on info about upcoming events on the website and Facebook page. For more information, contact Alana Howie at [email protected] Hope to see you this season!!!!
Port Stanley Optimists
The Optimist Club of Port Stanley is a local service club chartered by Optimist International. Since our incorporation as a not for profit corporation in 1976 , our club members have been striving to make our community and the world a better place for our youngest and most vulnerable citizens. Members recognize that we must contribute something to the life of the community from which we and our families draw our daily benefits.