Hello NMHA families!
We are helping to organize the ESSO Fun Days Female Hockey Program this year. After seeing how much fun, our daughter and her friends had last year, we wanted to do our part to ensure this event happened again! All current female NMHA players are welcome to attend, as well as any new girls interested in trying hockey for the first time. Please help us spread the word and ignite interest in female hockey within our community by sharing this information with a sister, relative, neighbor or friend that you think may be interested in trying hockey. This program is a great opportunity for females to try the sport with other females in a relaxed environment where the #1 focus will be to HAVE FUN! Did we mention this is FREE! (Why not come out and give it a shot!!??!?)
ESSO fun Days is an INTRODUCTION to female hockey for girl’s birth years 2013 to 2003. The focus of the ESSO Fun Days Program is to introduce the basic skills of hockey in a FUN, POSITIVE and NON-THREATENING environment.
This program will consist of two 3-week mini camps.
- JUNE SESSION:
- Sunday, June 3rd 4:45 to 6:00pm (Cliff McNabb Area)
- Sunday, June 10th 4:45 to 6:00pm (Cliff McNabb Area)
- Sunday, June 17th 4:45 to 6:00pm (Cliff McNabb Area)
- AUGUST SESSION: TBD ***3 Additional ice times (1-1.5 hours) to be scheduled in August***
All players must be registered by May 25, 2018 to ensure they are covered by our Hockey Canada insurance. Any players not registered prior to the start of the program will not be covered and will not be permitted on the ice. FULL hockey gear required, if you need help with this let us know.
Please send the following registration information below to email@example.com.
- First Name:
- Last Name:
- Date of Birth:
- Postal Code:
- Daytime Phone:
- Any health concerns:
- Consent to photograph/video (yes or no):
***Registered participants given a jersey to keep
***Coaches Certified by Hockey Canada
Participants must be registered by May 25th, 2018. Any questions, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chris MacNeal & Liz Betteridge