The online store is now open, and the link is below. Divisions will be listed, with coach/team names to follow as they're released. Please select your division to place an order.
The online store will be open all season, and orders will be fulfilled as they are placed, with teams not having to wait for a certain deadline to pass before orders are filled.
Online ordering for St. Albert Ringette Apparel 2018 ends on Monday December 31st, 2018 (11:59pm MST)
Sizers will be at Servus Place this Thursday, from 5:00pm until 7:00pm for teams to come try on if needed.
We will also have a sizing event outside of the Reliance Room on Thursday, September 27th from 6:00pm until 9:00pm, during the coaches meetings.
A third and final sizing event will take place on the evening of Tuesday, October 9th, from 6:00pm until 8:00pm. After that, team managers can contact Steve at Source for Sports directly to sign out the sizers. It is the responsibility of the team representative to place the order online after sizing.
If you have any questions regarding the SARA branding, apparel, or online store, please contact Jenn at email@example.com
Dear Association Members,
I would like to welcome everyone back to the 2018-2019 St. Albert Ringette season! September is a very busy month at the rinks as we host evaluations, create teams and fill team staff positions. Work behind the scenes has been ongoing in preparation for the St. Albert Turkey Ring Tournament, which for many teams is the first Ringette Tournament of the season. This year marks the 20th Annual Turkey Ring Tournament and your Turkey ring Committee is well on our way in organizing the event.
St. Albert Ringette Association is a registered non-profit amateur sport association and as such 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 solely 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Some things to consider for donations are Oiler Tickets, Prints, movie baskets, liquor basket, workout basket, Ringette bags or sticks, jewelry, scarves and other accessories, restaurant gift certificates, entertainment, grocery & retail gift cards, and monetary donations to be put towards buying items for a raffle basket.
All sponsors will be recognized in the Tournament E-Program. Please remember to take the attached sponsorship letter when seeking donations. With only 4 weeks left to go, donations and sponsors are required immediately.
Turkey Ring Sponsorship Letter 2018
I wish to thank you for your time and consideration in making our 20th Annual Turkey Ring Tournament a huge success once again!
St. Albert Ringette Association
Turkey Ring Tournament Director
October 5-8, 2018
Servus Credit Union Place
St. Albert, AB
2018 REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
Note: You do not need your team roster when registering your team. All we need is your contact information and your payment via PayPal. Once your team is accepted, you will then add your roster, as we understand that rosters are not yet available.
Registration closes on September 26, 2018.
The planning committee of the 2019 Western Canadian Ringette Championships (WCRCs) invites you to become a contributing partner of the fastest game on ice! This event is being held in St. Albert, Alberta from March 27, 2019 to March 30, 2019. Three full days of competition with the Provincial Champions from British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba and St. Albert Host teams, representing four age divisions all vying for the right to call themselves the Western Canadian Ringette Champions!
Welcome to U10! At this level, teams will be part of the Black Gold league. It is a larger time commitment than Active Start and may include tournaments and travel. The following information should give you a good overview of what to expect this year. We are looking forward to a great season of ringette!
Evaluation and team formation in September.
Additional team fees will be required upon team formation to cover the costs of tournaments, apparel, team functions, etc.
2-3 ice times per week will include a combination of practices and games depending on the league game schedule.
Weekday practices are 1 hour long and typically start either at 4:15 pm or 4:30pm.
Days of the week will depend on coach’s availability but typically run Monday – Thursday.
Fundamental skills development focus including: skating skills, ringette skills and basic goalie instruction for all players.
Emphasis on active involvement, participation and FUN!
Full ice games with a focus on basic concepts, rules and flow of the game. Continue to play half ice or cross-ice games in practice sessions.
Game format should be structured to maximize “time on the ring” for each player.
Coaches on the ice during games for the first half of the season for step 1 teams.
Strive for team travel to remain relatively close to home.
Tournament participation permitted. Quantity approved by the Association (1 - 2 maximum with recommendation that one be at or close to home and one “fun trip” away)
Season – Mid September to early March (approx. 25 weeks)
On Tuesday, May 22, SARA held an AGM and the following members were voted to join the St. Albert Ringette Association Board:
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.
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.
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.