Weekly News – Jan 9
Happy 2020 Vancouver Minor Hockey Association
We thank you in advance for your contribution to the association this year.
We have a strong community and are excited about the year ahead.
BE THE CHANGE. RESPOND TO THE CALL. DO GOOD – FEEL GOOD. FIRE!!!!!!!!
TIME SENSITIVE: WE REALLY NEED SIX VOLUNTEERS ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 18
This organization runs on volunteers – great people like you who share their time to make things better for everyone. We are in dire need of volunteers to help clean up the storage room. Our storage space is shrinking from two rooms to one.
Who: Six (6) Volunteers
What: Storage Room Clean Up
When: Saturday, January 18, 9:30am to 3:30pm
Where: The Agrodome
Why: This job needs doing
- Get your volunteer hours out of the way
- We don’t have enough volunteers signed up yet
- Make friends
- Lunch included
- Good Karma
How: Sign up by clicking this link
Pro Tip: Dress Warm
Questions? Direct to firstname.lastname@example.org
WINTER GOALIE CLINICS
VMHA hosted goalie clinics with 360 Goaltending has started.
Details: Wednesdays – 515p – 630p @ 8 Rinks (Rink 4)
Start Date: January 8
End Date: March 11
Costs: Goalie clinics can be purchased in groups of 3, 6, or 10 at $15 each.
Register: Click here
S P A C E I S L I M I T E D
HOCKEY POOL REMINDER
Thank you for supporting VMHA by selling your Hockey Pool tickets.
Ticket sales end on January 12 and we could use one last push to the finish line.
From January 20 to April 7, ticket holders have 11 chances to win for every ticket purchased with a fresh chance every week. Weekly cash prizes range from $25 to $250 for the highest goal scoring ticket.
Top sellers can earn some pretty fantastic goodies. Everyone who sells more than 10 tickets will be entered to win one of 14 seller prizes. These include the grand prize of a full 2020/2021 VMHA registration, as well as a Sony Playstation 4 with NHL2020, an Apple Watch, Airpods, a VMHA shopping spree and more.
HOW TO MAKE YOUR NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS STICK
The extremely intelligent crew at Harvard University shares their findings on this age old question. “Creating new habits takes time and energy. A new behavior won’t become automatic overnight, but you may enjoy some of its benefits fairly quickly.” Here are their recommended seven steps to success.
- Dream big
- Break big dreams into small-enough steps
- Understand why you shouldn’t make a change
- Commit yourself
- Give yourself a medal
- Learn from the past
- Give thanks for what you do
Click here for full details from the Harvard Medical report.
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