We Need You!, News (Georgian Shores Minor Hockey)

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Feb 26, 2023 | Sarah Clarke | 4343 views
We Need You!
Hello Lightning Families

As we move closer to the end of another hockey season, we move closer to the AGM and the call for Executive Members. This year in particular, we will see a larger turnover on the board. Without an Executive, Georgian Shores would have a difficult time providing minor hockey to all of the youth. Many hands make light work! If you have one evening a month to spare and few bits of time here and there, we would love for you to join us! 

The following positions will need to be filled for next season:
Vice President
Local League Director
Representative League Director
U9 and Below Director
Director at Large
Tournament Director
Registrar in Training
Head Trainer
Equipment Manager

We are so very thankful for all of the Executive Members who have sat on the Georgian Shores MHA for many years!! We look forward to welcoming new members! 

If you have any questions, please reach out to any exec member, or check out the AGM page. There you will find descriptions of each of the roles. 
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