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YMCA LEARN TO SKATE
For anyone looking to try hockey and get your skates wet, the YMCA and the WHA collaborate to offer a Learn to Skate program. Registration for the first session opens on 9/21. Skating begins on 10/15. Equipment is available to RENT. What better way to experiment with hockey on a friendly budget!?
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The Watertown Hockey Association is seeking enthusiastic, energetic and driven volunteers to fill our WHA Officers and Director positions for the 2016-2017 season. Duties and descriptions of these positions can be found on pages 3-8 of the WHA By-Laws. If you are interested in volunteering with the WHA, please submit your name and application to Anthony Netto (email@example.com). Vacant positions can be found on the "Board of Directors" Tab.
WHA Annual Membership Meeting 2016
The Fairfield Inn is located at 250 Commerce Park Dr, Watertown, New York 13601
Click on the "Board of Directors" and "Board Minutes" links to the left for more information.
Next Meeting: Wednesday, October 19 @ 6:00
Since its organization in 1958, the Watertown Skating and Hockey Association, Inc., has remained true to its original purpose of developing “the health and cultural growth of youth in the community” through participation in athletics. Over the past 50 years the Association’s volunteers have coached, trained and mentored thousands of children in Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence counties. The Association has skaters on the ice ranging in age from 3 to 18 years old. Our teams compete throughout New York and Canada and we play host to several hockey tournaments in Watertown each season. The Association is the local affiliated organization of USA Hockey, Inc., the national governing body for the sport of hockey in the United States. We take pride in the strict standards of coach education, qualifications and screening required by USA Hockey. The quality and dedication of our coaches and volunteer management and staff is directly reflected the years of loyalty of our many skaters and parents. Besides training athletic skill and teaching a sport, our coaches strive to develop character, sportsmanship, and overall physical fitness. Our mission is to provide each child with the opportunity to grow socially, learn mental and physical discipline and experience the power of teamwork and collective competitiveness. The Association looks forward to another 50 years of developing civic minded, responsible citizens through youth sport.