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      INTERESTED IN OFFICIATING?

      10/18/2017, 1:15pm MDT
      By Ron Heigh

      INTERESTED IN OFFICIATING?

      SARA  is accepting a limited number of new officials this year.  If you are interested, please fill out the New Officials Application form and forward to refallocator@stalbertringette.com no later than October 23, 2017

      You must be available to take the Level 1 clinic in Westlock on October 28, 2017 to be eligible.

      Shot Clock Clinic

      10/17/2017, 12:45pm MDT
      By Anne Hanson

      Learn how to run a shot clock!

      Shot Clock Clinic
      October 23, 2017
      6:15 - 8 p.m.
      Kinex

      Want to learn how to run the shot clock? In this FREE 2 hour clinic, we can get you up to speed with rules and practice during a scrimmage. If you are interested please registrar with Michelle Wing before October 18.

      Email president@stalbertringette.com to register. 

      Power Skating registration now open!

      09/28/2017, 8:45pm MDT
      By Anne Hanson

      Sharpen your skills!

      Skating is the most important skill in Ringette. If you are interested in Power Skating, we offer a partially subsidized program and you can get more information and sign up here:

      http://www.stalbertringette.com/powerskating

      New! 16+ Shinny Ringette

      09/25/2017, 7:15am MDT
      By Ron Heigh

      Servus Place is offering drop-in style shinny ringette for players aged 16 and older.
      The pilot project will run at 4:00 pm-5:00 pm on the following dates:

      • Sept 24, 2017
      • Oct 15, 2017
      • Nov 19, 2017
      • Dec 17, 2017

      Active Start Promo Video

      01/12/2017, 10:00am MST
      By Anne Hanson

      See how much fun it is to learn ringette!

      SARA is pleased to share a video that really captures the fun and friendship that happens on ice when learning to play ringette. 

      Click here to watch the video

      Servus Place & Akinsdale-Kinex Arena Warm-ups

      09/28/2016, 7:00am MDT
      By Ron Heigh

      To all users of Servus Place & Akinsdale-Kinex Arenas:

      As your seasons are starting up we are once again sending the warm-up guidelines to our membership so that everybody is aware and clear on the process. We respect the desire for pre competition dry land training; however we are limited as to available space, and are responsible for the safety of the teams and other patrons who frequent the facilities.

      Servus Place
       
      The option for Servus Place is outlined in the attached guideline is the safest and least disruptive to all patrons of the facility. 
      CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD GUIDELINES

      Please be advised that staff will be stopping teams that are doing activities in prohibited areas and directing them to the area designated as feasible. Teams in the designated areas of Go Auto Arena that are disruptive to the on ice activity will be asked to stop and leave the area. 
       
      We ask that all coaches and players comply with staff requests/direction.
       
      Akinsdale/Kinex Arenas
       
      All team warm ups in the seating/public areas at Akinsdale/Kinex Arenas are prohibited. Activity in these areas is unsafe, and is extremely disruptive to other users of the facility. Teams will be advised to utilize their dressing room areas for static warm ups. The City is currently working in partnership with St. Albert Minor Hockey in planning a project that deals with the warm up space challenges at Akinsdale/Kinex Arena. 

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