Attention Members: Attached is a New Transfer Policy approved by the Board of Director's and effective for the upcoming season.
2015 ANTIGO MITE TOURNAMENT
Feb. 27 - Mar. 1
Attorney John Rhode
Richard & Jonnie West
Zelazoski Wood Products
Mike Wolter Potatoes
Northcentral Technical Welding Club
Donna & Andy Krueger
The Mite Families
Thanks to all coaches, parents, friends, and Fans of Antigo Youth Hockey. We appreciated your support !!
A Day in the life of JOE PISKULA, with a nice segment of ANTIGO DAY at the Admirals in Milwaukee.
The Letter to Members of AAYHA by Vice President, Dom Hilger
Volunteers are needed to be mentors for new members.
This is very important for the new kids.
If you can help, please contact Becky McPhail at
We are all set-up for the 2 and 2 Challenge.
By taking part in this national growth program, our association will be given the tools to drive participation in the 8 & under age group and establish AAYHA as the best youth sports option in your community.
· To review, we have committed to participate in the following:
**Please note, 2 and 2 Challenge associations will be hosting both Try Hockey events to take full advantage of the increased awareness the Olympics provide**
To review the 2 and 2 Challenge program, click here.
AAYHA is in need of adult referees. Please encourage anyone that may be interested to get registered for a seminar. Contact Mike Sohasky at 715-627-4025 or Dom Hilger at firstname.lastname@example.org for details and for any questions.
2014 Referee Pay Schedule
Building & Grounds
Anyone interested in helping the Building & Grounds Chairperson,
Steve Berg, contact him at 715-623-7762.
This person would assist him in his service, maintenance,
This person will be charge of coordinating, selection and
Contact the email@example.com if interested in the position.
Want to Drive the Zamboni???
If you are interested in learning how to drive the Zamboni, contact the board at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Officers and Board of Directors:
This is a reminder that when you are at the rink and see others working, please chip in and help while waiting for your skater. There is always something to do: sweeping, picking up, taking garbage out, cleaning locker rooms, and cleaning the glass. Team cleanup schedules are posted below. Each team is assigned a two week period that they are responsible for. Any work you do will earn work hours at the same time. This is one of the more important jobs of the rink, as ones first impression of our association is how clean or dirty our rink is.
Rink Clean Up Schedule:
Each team is assigned a 2 week period in which they are responsible for cleaning up; however, you can still help clean even if your team is not responsible for clean up. Things that need to be done include cleaning locker rooms, emptying garbage cans, sweeping under the bleachers and outside kitchen area, and washing glass around the rink. Brooms can be found in the hallway leading to the back locker rooms. Be sure to put them back when you are finished.
Remember this is our rink....just because your team isn't on the clean up schedule...you can still help keep our rink clean. We all need to do our part to keep the rink looking great!
to everyone who helped make the FALL RAFFLE a huge success,
Congratulations to the lucky winners:
Pat Schmidt & Dave West
to the Sponsors of our
SQUIRT Tournament !
R.J. Hilger & Sons
Dr. Earl Roth, DC
Fred & Kathie Kelm
My Little Angels Day Care
Ministry Medical Group
Berg Appraisal Services
and all the many Donations
Ministry Medical Group
Schroeder Brother's Farms
North Star Lanes
Steve and Cheri Marx
We appreciate your support!
Updated 1/12/2015 Complete
Thank You !
Birnamwood Lions Club for their generous donation of $325 for much needed First Aid Kits for our Teams.
Thanks also, to Darcy Dickman for all her work in this
regard and taking care of the details.
....to Theresa Knight, for the great work as Chairperson of the Zamboni Raffle.
....to Theresa Knight for keeping us informed with the excellent newsletters.
.....to Shane Lund for your hard work as rink caretaker. Great job!
....to Michele Nagel and Marie Schmidt for taking care of the Kitchen.
....to Jamie Kirsch and Amy Converse for coordinating the Fall Fundraiser
Winter Work Hours
25 hours per Skater Required - Maximum of 75 Hours.
Working in the kitchen, cleaning up around the rink, driving the zamboni, volunteering for tournaments, organizing hockey days....all are great ways to earn hours! One hour is also earned each time you attend a board meeting. Board meetings are held 2nd Wednesday of each month @ 7 pm in the Clover Room at the rink.
A Memorial fund has been set up for anyone interested in donating by way of wills, special intentions and gifts to the AAYHA. Most of the memorial fund is earmarked for a scholarship for a senior boy or girl who was involved in Antigo Area Youth Hockey.
Summer Work Hours
15 hours per family (4 hours for 1st Year Families)
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