In order for our association and the ringette community to continue to grow and provide a unique, healthy and fun activity for our players we must ensure we spread the word.
Unfortunately, ringette is still one of the best kept secrets in sports. We're asking for your help to change this. Our Learn to Skate & U8 program still has room for 20 more players.
If you know of anyone aged 4-8 who you think would like to try this great sport please share your experience with them and help us expand this great game!
Details of the program;
Our 20 week program runs Sundays at 4pm out of Inch Park Arena - Start date - October 21st.
This season we're partnering with N'ce Stix skating to provide the highest quality skating instruction going. In addition to this our own Ringette coaches will introduce aspects of the sport as the season progresses using game based learning that has proven to keep the kids engaged. Our program cost is $225 for the season and we offer a free equipment lending program (details below). Please visit www.hamiltonringette.ca to register. You can contact email@example.com for more information.
Equipment Lending Program
New this year our equipment lending program is free! This kit includes everything your player will need except for helmet, skates and neck guard. A safety deposit consisting of a post dated cheque in the amount of $250 is required and will be destroyed upon return of the equipment at the end of the season.
The Hamilton Ringette Association is excited to announce our partnership with NickRotundi. Nick and his team will be running our Sunday Learn to Skate program forchildren ages 4+ as well as offering a Power skating program for the U10 level and up.
Nick has been teaching players of all ages around Southern Ontario, Quebec and inEurope for over a decade. He trains players from all levels including House Leaguebeginners to Elite AAA to OHL and even players from the National Hockey League.Nick’s coaching experience and passion for skill training makes him a well-roundedinstructor with vast knowledge and expertise, and as such he provides a highly sought-after, unique approach to skating development theories. Nick currently coaches theMinor Midget Hamilton Huskies AAA, as well as the Men’s Hockey program atRedeemer College.
Nick’s true passion is helping players further develop their skating;Stride, Agility and Quickness. His ability to make players understand the mechanics,quickens the process of increasing speed and agility. Nick surrounds himself withqualified on-ice staff who support his teaching approach while exemplifying his dynamic.
Hamilton Ringette is excited to have Nick and his team bring their experience and skillsto our programs. Looking forward to a great season. See you all on the ice.
For more information contact Melissa - firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to download a printable copy of this poster.
Coaching Applications for 2018/2019 are now being accepted. You can find the application by selecting Documents & Forms and then selecting Coaching Application. Please email form or questions to Steve at email@example.com
Come Try Ringette
The Hamilton Ringette Association is hosting A FREE Come Try Ringette Event Sunday, May 27th at 1:30pm at the Mohawk Quad Pad for children ages 4 and up (players must be able to stand without assistance). All you need to bring is a helmet, skates, winter gloves or protective gloves and your enthusiasm - we’ll supply the sticks and rings. There will be a 1 hour ice session where experienced coaches and players will engage the children in all types of introductory ringette drills & fun on-ice games. Join us afterwards for refreshments and more information about the fastest game on ice!
What a great opportunity to try Ringette in a safe & fun environment.
Don’t miss out and register today!
National Ringette School Summer Camp Contest!
Hamilton Ringette is partnering with the National Ringette School again to send two players to summer camp in Paris this August 7-10th. This camp has been hugely successful in helping players reach their full potential and is being offered for the thurd time in our region. Details of the camp can be found online at http://nationalringetteschool.com/ontario
In order to enter, players must submit an 8 1/2"x11" poster advertising the great sport of ringette.
Contest is open to all HRA players with birth years from 2003-2010. Posters must be submitted by a parent/guardian by April 8, 2018. Submissions may be posted in the lobby at Inch Park, online or used as part of HRA's marketing campaign. Winners will be selected by random draw and announced at the AGM on April 29, 2018. Please review details of the camp prior to entering to ensure this opportunity will be used. Players who have already registered in the camp will be reimbursed if they are picked.
Please contact Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Year End Awards Banquet (And AGM)
Sunday April 29, 1pm, Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club, 45 Ellis Ave, Hamilton, ON L8H 4L8
(Extra parking at Centre Mall)
Please join us to celebrate our season and watch our players receive their trophies.Stay afterwards to play in the games
room and go for a swim!
Notice of AGM & Open HRA Executive Positions for the 2018/2019 season
Convenors (All one year terms)
Please contact Paul Vriends if you’re interested in, or would like more information regarding the roles and responsibilities
of these positions. If you would like to nominate someone, please contact Paul Vriends or any current member of the Board.
Elections will be held at the Annual General Meeting on April 29, 2018, Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club, 45 Ellis Ave, Hamilton,
ON L8H 4L8 (parking at Centre Mall) following the Awards Banquet at 1:00pm. It is our hope to avoid nominations
from the floor to ensure those nominated have time to fully consider their nomination and ensure they have the time and
interest required to fulfill the role.