Welcome to the New Richmond Youth Hockey Association Web site. Our youth hockey association provides boys and girls in the New Richmond, Wisconsin area the opportunity to participate in the great sport of ice hockey.
New Richmond Youth Hockey Association got the opportunity to have 4 of the Squirt B skaters be Campbell's Flag Bearers for the Olympic send off of the Minnesota Wild and Nashville Predator players at the Xcel Energy Center on February 6th.
The four boys were Xavier Coolidge, Tyler Lewis, Caden McDonald, and Kadyn Campeau.
You can see the video from the Wild.com website at the link below:
The New Richmond Youth Hockey Association will be running a very simple, yet potentially profitable fundraiser through Schwan's. The fundraiser is titled "Schwan's Cares" and 20% of all food purchased and 40% of all "ecertificates" purchased during the course of our 45-Day fundraiser will come directly back to our association. This fundraiser will begin this coming TUESDAY, January 21, 2014 and run through March 7, 2014. You will not need to turn any money in, pick up any sold items, etc. It's as simple as ordering online, the product arrives to you, and you helped raised funds for the association!
Participation is as simple as this:
1. Go to www.schwanscares.flipgive.com
Stay active this winter with free community open skate and open swim events
Westfields Hospital is partnering with the New Richmond Youth Hockey Association and The Centre to offer free open skate and open swim events through the winter months. The first event is FREE open skate at the New Richmond Sports Center on Friday, November 8 from 7 – 9 p.m. There will be a limited number of skates and helmets available to borrow for the evening and the concession stand will be open for purchase of refreshments.
“Our mission is to improve health and well-being in partnership with our members, patients and community. Thanks to this community partnership, we hope to encourage people to stay active during the winter months,” said Steve Massey, President & CEO of Westfields Hospital.
Other free open skate dates are November 22 from 7 – 9 p.m. and several holiday times: November 24 and December 1, both from 2:30 – 4:30 p.m. and December 27 from 7 – 9 p.m. and December 29 from 1 -3 p.m.
After the first of the year, we’ll be heating things up and melting down the ice to offer free open swim, open gym dates at The Centre. The open dates are January 12, February 9 and March 9, all from 1 – 4 p.m. During these times The Centre will be open to the community free of charge. To gain admittance each person will need to complete a day pass form, those under 18 need the form completed by a parent or guardian, children under 10 need a parent with them at all times and a photo ID is required if you’re over 18.
For more information visit westfieldshospital.com; NRYHA.net; or nracentre.com.
Questions related to open swim/open gym, contact Jackie Huff, 715-246-2252.
Click on the "Administration" tab on the top bar. When you get to the that page, look to the left sidebar for "Registration." You will find information and forms on that page.
A final registration date has been added for Sunday, September 29th from 5PM to 7PM.
Skaters need to be registered to participate in Tiger Camp 2013 which begins that week.
This beginner's skating program develops balance, strength, physical fitness, and fun! children will learn basic elements of skating while enjoying being safe on the ice.
Contact Community Education for more information or see flyer below.
Wednesdays and Sundays - October 2 through November 13
6:00-7:00 p.m. at NR Sports Center - Hockey Arena
There will be a registration session available for participants from the G.O.A.L. Program and Learn To Skate Program that would like to sign up for the In-House Mite level of NRYHA hockey.
NRYHA Registrar Brita Hahn will be available at the rink on Wednesday, November 6th from 06:15PM to 07:15PM to help sign up new players.
Registration information can be found on the following page:
NRYHA offers a comprehensive program for new skaters to learn hockey principles and to prepare for competitive hockey. Our In House Mites team page provides a great introduction to our development program and support of USA Hockey's American Development Model curriculum.
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The work hour tracking spreadsheet has been loaded to the website. Hours for coaching and team managers will be logged after tryouts and team formations.
The path to follow to get to the spreadsheet:
Admin > Volunteer Info > Work Hours > My Work Hours
Any questions regarding this information can be directed to email@example.com.
NRYHA uses e-mail as a primary way to communicate important association information and events. Please make sure that your family creates a profile to ensure that you don't miss important updates.
It's easy...simply click on the Create an Account link at the top left side of this page and follow the directions!
You can also update your information by logging in at any time (use the Login button at the top left of this page).
Sometimes new users will find NRYHA messages in the Junk E-mail folder(s) of their messaging software. If you've missed any NRYHA communications, be sure to check to see if this is the case. If so, be sure to Unjunk the message and add the address firstname.lastname@example.org to your “Safe Senders list”. If you still have issues please send an e-mail to the communications manager with the details.
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