BRIAN TROTT MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT, News (Honeywood Minor Hockey)

PrintNews Article
Click to view full-size image
BRIAN TROTT MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT
Submitted By mlillie on Friday, March 10, 2017
WE NEED YOUR HELP
Honeywood hockey needs YOUR HELP -- The Annual  "Bryan Trott Memorial" Men's Hockey Tournament is scheduled for March 31 / April 1st.    We need help to run this tournament.    This annual tournament is run in memory of a local community member / father / hockey player / hockey coach,   and has served as a fundraiser for Honeywood Minor Hockey to support our home town hockey association for our children and our community. 

The Honeywood Minor Hockey Association executive cannot run this event on our own - we need your assistance to run this event.   Help is needed to set up the evening prior, help with "behind the scenes" running of the tournament, running the clock for the games, running the bar, and clean up the following day.   Any and all offers of assistance are greatly appreciated.

High school kids can get volunteer hours for set up  / clean up / running  the clock for the games.

Help is especially needed at the bar.  We need volunteers with their " Smart Serve"  course to help out Friday evening, Saturday during the day and Saturday evening -- the more who are able to help with the bar, the shorter the shift in the bar !!

Honeywood Minor Hockey has benefited from the proceeds of the "Bryan Trott Memorial" Men's Hockey Tournament since its inception, which has helped  Honeywood Minor Hockey to keep down the cost of minor hockey player registration.   As an association, we don't ask for parents to participate in large effort fundraising thru the hockey season, as this event serves as a significant fundraiser itself for our association.

PLEASE CONSIDER OFFERING A FEW HOURS OF YOUR TIME to make the "Bryan Trott Memorial" Men's Hockey Tournament successful another year.

reply to Lisa Goodfellow at [email protected]  - or TEXT  @ 705-725-5522

This article has been viewed 1086 times.
News ArchiveOther Recent Articles
  • 22
    Dec
    Organization
    Good Evening, We will be entering a province wide lockdown set to begin at 12:01 am on December 26th.  At this time the lockdown will be in place until at least January 23rd, 2021.  Your executive will update you as more information becomes ...
  • 13
    Dec
    Organization
    Good Evening Everyone, As you are likely already aware, Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph will be entering the RED zone as of 12:01 am December 14th. As a result, our executive has had to develop new protocols that allow us to meet the new provincial ...
  • 02
    Dec
    Organization
    Hello Families, Every team's schedule has be added to our calendar.  Please remember to check the website for any changes/updates that may occur.  If you have not yet, please subscribe to the calendar for your player's team(s) so that these ...
  • 01
    Dec
    Organization
    Hello Everyone, Our game schedule is in the process of being added to the calendar, so please stay tuned... Also, please remember to hand in your signed SMHA Covid-19 Waivers and Policy and Procedures document to your coach at your ice time ...
  • 25
    Oct
    Organization
    Registration is no longer open to players looking to play on our U11, U15 or U18 teams as they are full. Families looking to register for one of the other age groups must first contact our registrar at [email protected] to see if ...
  • 14
    Oct
    Organization
    Please read Honeywood Minor Hockey's approved Covid-19 Return to Play Plan for Phase 2 Stage 3b.  This document can be found under the Forms and Documents tab.  If you have any questions please reach out to any member of your hockey executive.
  • 29
    Sep
    Organization
    Registration is open! The ice plant in Honeywood  has been turned on and the season is set to begin on October 10th.  Please click here for our online registration form.
  • 10
    Sep
    Organization
    Honeywood Hockey Families,   We hope everyone has been able to stay safe during these unprecedented times. Due to the abrupt ending of the 2019/2020 hockey season and the limit to the maximum numbers allowed for public gatherings we were unable ...
Printed from honeywoodhockey.ca on Sunday, January 24, 2021 at 10:37 AM