Saturday March 26, 2016
Good morning - Rosters have been posted on the website for the 2016-2017 season. As discussed in the try out meeting, a $200 per player, non-refundable deposit is due within 48 hours (by Monday morning 3/28/16). This deposit will secure your players' roster spot for the upcoming season.
If your player is committed to playing for the Lakers in the 2016-2017 season, and you require a financial arrangement, please contact Treasurer, PJ Mohan via email at LRYHAtreasurer@gmail.com within this 48 hour time period. If you have any questions or issues with the link please email PJ Mohan.
The link for your deposit is https://events.membersolutions.com/event_register.asp?content_id=62882
Thanks we look forward to next years' season!
Please send me your best photos. Each week, I will post one on the home page. Include a caption (who is in it, game or practice, interesting info). Send them to the webmaster, Thank you.
Please join the Inter Lakes-Moultonborough Football Team/Family as they will be hosting a spaghetti supper and silent auction at Inter-Lakes Elementary Multipurpose Room on Tuesday May 24th from 5-8pm. The football team is coming together to support the Caswell Family during this difficult time as Kim battles cancer. Please stop by to support the Caswell Family during an evening of community gathering, delicious spaghetti supper served by the football team, live music, and silent auction. The football team/family has already raised several amazing silent auction items that you simply won’t want to miss out on!
Suggested spaghetti supper donation of $10 per person.
The Lakes Region Lakers are looking for a goalie with a 2004/2005 birth year. For more information please contact Marcy at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Board of LRYHA will meet at 6 pm on April 19th at the Remax Offices 604 Main St. Laconia.
McGreevy, Carson (G)
Kenny, Patrick (G)
Rollins, Brody (G)
Goodwin, Patrick (G)
Gardiner, Ben (G)
McGreevy, Colin (G)
Rollins, Evan (G)
Marcy Kelly, P
Joe Spicuzza, VP
PJ Mohan, Treasurer
Trudy Kenny, Event Coordinator
Nancy Bickford, Webmaster
Jim Girard, Equipment Coordinator
Lynne Turmel, Sponsorship Coordinator
Second Annual Andrew Desjardins Fund essay winner - Aidan McKenzie - $100 from the fund and $100 Piche's gift card
Mite Black Wins AAU Tourney
VOTING FOR OPEN BOARD POSITIONS TAKES PLACE AT CLOSING CEREMONIES FROM 6:15-6:45
****EACH FAMILY RECEIVES TWO VOTES, this is per family NOT per player
The following are candidates for open positions on our Board:
Treasurer - PJ Mohan (incumbent)
VP (scheduler) - Joe Spicuzza (incumbent) (letter of interest)
Ed Demers (letter of Interest)
Sponsorship Coordinator - Lynne Turmel (letter of interest)
Event Coordinator - Trudy Kenny (letter of interest)
Webmaster - Nancy Bickford
Equipment Coordinator - Jim Girard (letter of interest)
Please make sure your son/daughter tries out for the level they will be at next year.
NOTE: There will be NO tryout fee this year. Following tryouts, families will be required to put down a $200 per player deposit in order to secure a spot on the team they've been placed on. This must be done within 48 hours of placement notification or the spot will be considered open. If you have questions or need to make arrangements, please reach out to PJ Mohan, email@example.com.
In order to tryout, you must register by March 18th.
Follow this link to register: https://events.membersolutions.com/event_register.asp?content_id=62072
All in the family. Rooting at the Seacoast Tournament.
Closing ceremonies will be held Friday, March 25th @ 6:45. Please be sure your player is ready to go by 6:40 and wears their black jersey (red for mini-mites). They must wear their helmets the entire time on the ice.
Voting for open board positions will take place from 6:15-6:45. Candidates for those positions will be announced soon - please check the website for updates.
PW2 Wins Seacoast Championship
We are looking for coaches!
If you are interested, follow this link: https://events.membersolutions.com/event_register.asp?content_id=62422
No experience necessary!
The Board proposes restructuring for many reasons. Our proposed change goes from 11 positions to 13, asking for more people to be involved in different capacities. We did propose to change the number of positions that vote because one of the continuing struggles is attendance at Board meetings. We want input from all parties to inform our decisions, but recognize that not all can make the commitment to be at monthly meetings. The Executive Board are members that need to be involved in nearly every decision/discussion had by the Board and have significant obligations throughout the year. Again, we recognize that not all can make this commitment and wanted to be able to offer an alternative to those wanting to get involved. The other piece that you may not realize is that we changed some appointed positions, making them elected so that membership has a voice in who is serving in what capacity.
The Board will hear feedback in writing through 3/14 and meet to review feedback and finalize a decision that will be clearly outlined for membership following a meeting on 3/16.
|What a fantastic weekend for Laker Nation! Our players showed up and showed off at the Heyliger Tourney in Dover! Great job Mini mite, Mite White and Mite Red teams!
And, we took the Marlboro Winter Classic by storm with three teams coming home as champions and two with runner-up finishes.
Great job by all! Thank you all for your dedication and grit...hard work pays off.
Peewee 2 Teams Win Marlboro Tournament!!
Austin, Dillon & Connor waiting for the game to start
The Mite White team scrimmaged during the first intermission of the Wolves game on Saturday. There was non-stop end to end action.
Mite White Team Joins Wolves For Pregame Speech
Top-rt to lft: Ethan Girard, Christian Danforth, Christian Cellupica, Mariam Rabuck, Ben Girard, Kylie Kelly, Bottom-rt to lft: Logan Bialecki, Alex Rowley, Colton Byars, Landon Hallberg
Minis and Learn To Skaters heading onto the ice!
Dedicated Laker Fans (and they brought the whole gang) Watching Big Brother Play and He Watches Them!
Here is the progressive skill development program for the 2015-16 season with LRYHA:
Powerskating- Including... Stops/ Starts, Quick Starts, The forward stride & Arm Swing,
Crossovers, Edge control, Backwards , Lateral footwork, Pivot, Transitional moves, Skating
Puck Skills- Hand/ Eye Coordination, Passing & Receiving, Stickhandling, Puck Protection and
1 on 1 moves.
Shooting: Players will be taken through with detailed instruction all types of shots including,
Wrist, Snap, Slap, Backhand, Rebound/ Net chances, 1-timers and more.
Battle Month- Practicing 1 on 1's, 2 on 2's, small area puck protection and more.
Team Concepts- Angling, Cycling, Odd Man situations, Regroups and transitions.
* Last night of the program will feature "NHL- Style" Skills Competition.
Each session will feature an opening warmup (5-12minutes), instruction, training & drills (20-
35minutes) fun & games (10-12minutes), and the sessions will be Age- appropriate and
uptempo, with the focus on a large amount of repetitions, activity, and FUN.
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