Just a couple of weeks left!, News (Port Stanley Minor Hockey)

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Mar 25, 2022 | Richard Lalonde | 99 views
Just a couple of weeks left!
Come out and support your fellow Sailors as they round out their playoff series! 

I am very proud to share that the U11 and U13 Rep teams earned spots in the OMHA Championship tournament that is being held in Windsor April 8-10.  

Masks are no longer required for fans, but players and coaches are required to wear masks through to the end of the season.  Why?.....

Player absence due to illness was a significant issue this season and could have a devastating impact to your playoff success. 

COVID continues to circulate in our community and those we play in.

AGM Tuesday April 19TH, 7 PM at the Port Stanley Arena

PSMHA EXECUTIVE positions open this year include;

President

VP and Director of Local League

Director of Communications

Treasurer

Director or Program Development 

Sponsorship Director

Director of Fundraising

Director of Equipment

Director of Tournaments and Events (is normally an odd year position, but was unfilled and board appointed last year).

Director of IP hockey

2 Directors at Large

 

We would also appreciate expressions of interest on the positions of Registrar, Ice Scheduler and GameDay Operations. 

 

Year end parties – As things opened up too late to organize a year end banquet, the board has voted to provide each team with $250 to use on celebrating their season!

 

Thank-you for your patience and support as we worked through this challenging season. 

 

See you at the rink,

Alex

 

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