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    C Squirts ringing the bell for the Salvation Army at Wal-Mart


    Papa Murphy’s Final:

     

    Prizes for Teams:

    1st Place-Bruins Pizza Party for the Team with most sold cards (Bantam B with 91)

    2nd Place-End of Year Pizza Trailer Party to location of Teams choice(U10 Blue with 80)

     

    Prizes for Individuals:

    1st Place- 1 free pizza/week for the year (Aryah Hansen with 15)

    2nd Place-1 free pizza/month for a year (Jack Ladlie with 13)

    3rd Place-Family pack of tickets to Bruins game (Tanner Nelson and Braydin Kirsch with 10)



    Ice Bucks Tryouts

    The Ice Bucks AAA summer hockey team will be holding tryouts on December 27. Click the link for more information.


    Wedgewood Cove Golf Club - 10 % Back to ALHA Promotion

    10 % of all Food & Drink Sales from Sept 2016 to Sept 1st 2017 will go back to the Albert Lea Hockey Association. Open to anybody connected with Hockey ( Mites to High School - Payers, Coaches & Board Members ). You need to present your card ( see attachment ) to your server each time to get the credit. Top Sales Card # will receive a $ 50 Gift Card to Wedgewood Cove Golf Club ( At Fall 2017 Hockey Registration ). If you didn't get your card at Fall Registration in Sept, Connect w/ Brad Loch ( 507-363-2916 ).


    Albert Lea Hockey Association - Board Meeting

    Next Board Meeting - Wed. - Dec. 28th - 7:00 PM @ City Arena

    All Association Members are Welcomed and Encouraged to Attend !!



    Coaches ( Head & Assistant ), Team Mangers, Locker Room Monitors, Board Members Electronic Background Screening

    All Travel Team Coaches, Team Managers & Board Members must do a annual background screening. This is done online at the MN Hockey Website. Click on the link above to take you to the screening page. You will need a user name and password. If you have one for the Albert Lea Website you can use that.

    USA / MN Hockey Screening

    The safety of its participants is of paramount importance to USA Hockey and Minnesota Hockey.  This includes not only on-ice safety, but also off-ice safety in any part of Minnesota Hockey’s programs. The USA Hockey SafeSport Program is intended to protect all participants, not just players, from any type of misconduct or abuse.  

    By pulling together existing USAH off- ice safety policies related behavior and hockey environment management, constructing a supervision and monitoring structure, creating a reporting, investigatory, and response system, production of education and awareness training materials, and enhancing participant screening, USAH has taken giant steps towards improving off-ice safety.

    USA Hockey and Minnesota Hockey have a ZERO TOLERANCE policy for abuse and misconduct. Through the USA Hockey SafeSport Program, USA Hockey and Minnesota Hockey are committed to creating the safest possible environment for participation in hockey.

    An important part of our SafeSport program is the volunteer background screening, which Minnesota Hockey has had implemented for many years.  Minnesota Hockey & USA Hockey’s screening policy includes a set criteria for which a person may be disqualified and prohibited from serving as an employee or volunteer of Minnesota Hockey USA Hockey. Under the policy, Minnesota Hockey will not authorize or sanction any employee or volunteer who has routine access to children unless that person consents to be screened and passes a criminal background screen conducted by the Affiliate or USA Hockey.

    2016 – 2017 Season

    Minnesota Hockey is switching background screening providers and going to a new screening vendor. Instead on an annual screening, the new background screening will be good for two years. The new screening scans a wider range of local and national databases and is processed much quicker than our old system. We are confident this new program will better protect your children and provide a thorough check for all those submitting. 

    The following persons be screened in accordance with this policy:

    1. Members of the Minnesota Hockey Board of Directors

    2. Local Association / Club administrators and board members

    3. Coaches

    4. Team managers

    5. Officials

    6. Locker room monitors

    7. Travel chaperones

    8. Billet Families

    9. Anyone with routine access to youth participants