Registration for the Turkey Ring Tournament is now open! The tournament will take place from October 6 - 9 at Servus Credit Union Place in St. Albert.
Looking for Sponsorships
St. Albert Ringette Association is a registered non-profit amateur sport association that depends on fundraising to support the development opportunities for our athletes. Our Turkey Ring Tournament is one of St. Albert Ringette Association’s largest fundraising events of the year. Its success is dependent on the participation of the association members. Therefore, I am encouraging you all to help make this tournament a success. Sponsorship is one of the keys to success for any non- profit organization so if you know of anyone or if you yourself can help out, either financially, or by donating to our silent auction, raffle table, or even if you have extra time and would like to volunteer, please contact Debbie Stahn at email@example.com. All sponsors will be recognized in the Tournament E-Program.
Please remember to take the linked sponsorship letter when seeking donations.
For more information, contact:
Turkey Ring Tournament Director
Historically, SARA has accepted 8-10 new officials each year. Last season we saw our numbers for new officials double and to ensure all officials have the opportunity to develop, we are currently not anticipating accepting any new officials this year.
As with every year, there are some officials who chose to not come back. Should the numbers warrant we may accept a limited number in October. An application process, that would need to be utilized, is still being finalized.
Thu, Mar 23 – Being a coach is tough but it’s even more difficult when you know absolutely nothing about the sport. This week’s Global Edmonton MVP is a dad who took a crash course in ringette so he could coach his daughter’s team.
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.
The option for Servus Place is outlined in the attached guideline is the safest and least disruptive to all patrons of the facility.
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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.
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.