Good afternoon teams,
As you are aware, we have been given our first fundraising opportunity from the Oil Kings. This fundraising event will take place next Friday December 15th, with a time commitment of 5pm-10pm.
The event takes place at Rogers Place, during the Oil Kings vs Tri City Americans game.
The fundraiser consists of selling $5 hockey card packets on the concourse.
All volunteers must be 15 years of age or older.
Volunteers will receive 2 dibs, which will fulfill your dibs requirement for the season, for one child/player.
The volunteer bond is $200 total for 2 dibs: if dibs are not fulfilled, an up to $200 fine per player will be assessed.
There was an email sent out to coaches that had a few inaccuracies; corrections have been made. My apologies for any confusion this may have caused.
We have been granted an extension to have our volunteer list submitted, we need all positions filled by this coming Saturday by 9pm, or we will lose this fundraising opportunity.
Please consider that the association fundraising helps not only keep registration costs lower, but also helps to offset the costs of jerseys, pants, ice rentals, etc.
Money raised from fundraising helps all of our members.
You can sign up for your volunteer position at the link below:
The St Albert U19A Siege took Silver at the Jingle Ring in Calgary, November 24-26. The girls played a hard fought game against the Saskatoon Ice, a team whose most recent success was the U19AA division at the recent Bernadette Price AA Tournament in Saskatoon. The Siege not only held the Ice to the least amount of goals scored against an opponent, they were the only team in the tournament to score on the Ice.
St Albert Rams Lacrosse would like to invite you to come try Lacrosse. We have regular drop in lacrosse sessions every week and have also arranged some free “come try lacrosse” sessions that are aimed specifically for female athletes. Athletes of all ages are invited to attend these events and it is an excellent opportunity for some dry ice training or team building.
Attached is some information on our sessions as well as some reasons why ringette players should play lacrosse.
The female “come try lacrosse” sessions have been scheduled for the following times, please feel free to attend one or all of the sessions:
Athletes (both male and female) are also encouraged to attend our winter drop in sessions on Mondays. Please see our website for more information http://www.ramslacrosse.ca/
For the “come try lacrosse” and winter drop in schedules please plan to bring the following gear:
If you have any questions on these events please contact myself at FacilitiesSchedulingDirector@ramslacrosse.ca
Thank you and we hope to see you out at these events,
Facilities and Scheduling Director for St Albert Rams Lacrosse
Do you love ringette? Do you enjoy helping to build strong, fit and confident girls? Then SARA is looking for you!
We need a Come Try Ringette Coordinator to plan Come Try Ringette events in St. Albert. SARA typically hosts two events each year, with support from Ringette Alberta.
If you might be interested in this position, please contact Sarah for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
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:
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:
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.