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CHA Newsletter for April 24, 2007

Welcome to the final online newsletter of the 2006 - 2007 season. 

 My Marathon is over!

 

Raffle Winners

 Winning Raffle Tickets are still being drawn and the winners can be viewed by clicking here.  Drawings end on April 30th.

 

  Online Registration for Midgets and U19

Online registration is now open for 2007-2008 for Midgets and U19 girls.  We will determine, based on the registrations, how many teams we will field for each level, and whether or not an August tryout is necessary.

Program descriptions for each of the programs can be found under the "Program Descriptions" tab or by clicking on the underlined program name. 

Click here to visit the Online Registration Page.

  Online Registration for Peter Puck, Learn to Skate, and In House Hockey

 

Online registration is now open for 2007-2008 for  In-House Hockey, Peter Puck and Learn to Skate.  Program descriptions for each of the programs can be found under the "Program Descriptions" tab or by clicking on the underlined program name. 
 
Keep in mind the Learn to Skate and Peter Puck programs sold out last year, so sign-up early.  With the large numbers graduating from those programs, In House is sure to be full as well. 
 
To begin the registration, please click here to visit the Online Registration page.


 

 

Bantam 3 Middlesex Champions

 Congratulations to Coach Mark Maybury and the Bantam 3 team on their
Middlesex League Championship!

Click on the picture to see a larger image of the team.

 

 

Pee Wee 3 Middlesex Champions

 Not to be out-done, Coach Art Thomas and the Pee Wee 3 team also claimed championship gold this year in Middlesex League.  Congrats to the team!

 

 

Click on the picture to see a larger image of the team.

 

Squirt 3 Middlesex Champions

 Three's were wild in Middlesex as Coach Mike Melisi and the Squirt 3 team completed the Championship Hat Trick.  Way to go Squirt 3's!

 

 

 

Click on the picture to see a larger image of the team.

  Sportswash Day

 
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This weekend is the annual SportsWash fundraiser for CHA.  Drop off and pick-up will be at the Chelmsford Forum parking lot. Look for the SportsWash tent where SportsWash will be serving free hot dogs and soda to CHA members that stop by.
 
 
 
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Equipment drop off will be on Saturday, April 28th between 11:00am and 2:00pm. Equipment pick-up will be on Sunday, April 29th between 12:00pm and 2:00pm.
Special pricing for this event: $39.95 (Save $10.00) includes all gear (except skates), 1 shirt and 1 pair of socks.
Skates $5.00
Equipment Bag(non-wheel) $5.00
 
 
 
 
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To find out more about SportsWash, click on their logo in this article.  Get that gear cleaned before it smells all summer!  SportsWash...It's not your game that stinks!
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        CHA Annual Meeting Reminder

 

In case you missed it on your schedule (how could you, it's the only thing left!), here's a reminder that the Annual Meeting is on Monday, April 30th at the Chelmsford Country Club at 7:00 pm. 

Why should you attend?

v     Elect the CHA Board for 2007-2008 Hockey Season
v     Receive reports from CHA Board on 2006-2007 Season
v     Opportunity in an informal setting to ask questions and get answers to your CHA questions.
v     Discuss program changes for upcoming season.

 

 

Tryout Results

 Tryout results for each level will be posted online by May 15th.  Please be sure that you know your player's tryout number as results will be posted by level, color and number.  For example, a Bantam Team may look like:

Bantam 5's:

Yellow 81
Yellow 91
Blue 94
Blue 85
etc.

Disclaimer to keep me out of trouble, knowing the sensitivity of any information regarding tryouts:  There is no Bantam 5 team.  The name Bantam 5, and the colors and numbers shown above were selected at random to show an example.  There were no tryout numbers this high, so this was purely fictitious.  The use of the numbers 1, 4,5,8, and 9 or any combination thereof do not imply in any way that the numbers shown had a better or worse tryout than anyone else.  The colors yellow and blue were chosen because there were no yellow or blue pinnies at tryouts, and I avoided green and brown as we do have members with that last name.  If any familes named Yellow or Blue move into town at any point in the future, I apologize in advance for the oversight.
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Presidents Cup Wrap-up and Thanks

CHA Tournament Director, Scott Calnan has posted a wrap-up and note of thanks on the Presidents Cup Tab, click here to go to it.
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  Girls Hockey Open House

CHA will be hosting an Open House and Information Session for the Girls Hockey program at The Chelmsford Forum, on Sunday April 29th  from 5:20pm to 6:20pm. 
 
This is an excellent opportunity to skate with, and learn more about, the Chelmsford U10, U12, and U14 Girls Teams. All are welcome, and the event will include the option of walk-in registration for the ’07-’08 season.  Interested participants should bring their equipment and are welcome to get out on the ice and skate.
 
For more information contact Joe Fitzgibbons at , call 978-256-1421, or click here for the Girls Teams Program Info page.
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Aucoin Hockey School

CHA Sponsor Aucoin Hockey invites you to visit their site to learn more about this summer's schedule for their camps.  The summer schedule was recently posted.  Last year's camps were very well attended and feedback was positive, so be sure to register early, as the sessions do fill up.  You can click their logo below to visit their site.

 

 

Final Farewell

While you may see a few more emails and other messages from me, as far as newsletters go, this is it for me.  I'll be stepping down from my post and stepping away from my keyboard after 3 years of service to the Association. 

I hope the site has evolved over the years into a communication tool that delivers useful, timely information throughout the year, in addition to the necessities of schedules.  Four years ago, there was one newsletter per year, it was mailed to your home, and the news was almost old when it got there.  The newsletters were never part of a job description.  I just felt that with being on the board, I knew what was going on in CHA and felt we had a better tool to get the word out.  Trying to avoid multiple emails per week with CHA news, when possible, I chose to store the news items up a bit, until I had enough content to send out a newsletter. 

I leave with pride in knowing you were communicated with on a regular basis during my tenure, knowing that schedules were posted in a timely, accurate manner, and that the Association now has a platform for communication, surveys, online registrations, database information, team news, tournament information, program information, and ongoing feedback to the board. 

Best regards,

Bill Kamenides
Soon-to-be-Former CHA Website Director