Skate The Dream - Lots of Kids - Not Enough On Ice Help, News (Hamilton Huskies)

PrintNews Article
Photo Not Found
Skate The Dream - Lots of Kids - Not Enough On Ice Help
Submitted By G. McFarlane on Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Tony Martindale, Executive Director of ALLIANCE Hockey visited Eastwood Park Monday night in support of the Skate The Dream Program. "If there was ever a program that we need to solicit volunteers for, without a doubt this is it! Grassroots that brings you back to where we all started.  Lots of smiles to go around by both the kids and parents”. 
What Is Skate The Dream? Skate the Dream gives youth in our community access to the resources they need to learn the fundamentals of hockey.
Mike Bottosso a former Rep (Huskies) and Hub player leads the program which is connected to the Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club.
 

Tony continues "The City has done a terrific job acquiring equipment and setting up Eastwood Arena to accommodate this type of programming.  Last night there were approximately 30 kids that attended, 20+ needed equipment and help getting outfitted.The real need moving forward is on-ice helpers".

If you have a night or two a month or a night per week free give this rewarding experience some thought.

For more details please look over the Skate the Dream Brochure inserted below or contact
Mike Bottosso 905-549-2814

Click link to view or download   Skate the Dream Brochure.pdf

Skate_the_Dream_Brochure_1.JPG

Skate_the_Dream_Brochure_2.JPG 
This article has been viewed 4044 times.
Social Networking
Follow Us On
Follow Hamilton Huskies on Twitter
- and -
Visit Hamilton Huskies on Facebook
- and -
Follow Hamilton Huskies on Instagram
Quick Links
Manage Subscriptions
Signup to receive email or text messages for the teams you want to follow.
News ArchiveOther Recent Articles
  • 27
    Jan
    Organization
    JANUARY 25 2022, HAMILTON, ON - Late last week, the province shared a three-step plan to gradually lift COVID-19 restrictions later this month based on key public health and health system indicators showing signs of stabilization. In alignment with ...
  • 26
    Jan
    Organization
    We are all looking forward to getting the players back on the ice starting this coming Monday. The Huskies Scheduler, Lisa, has been going crazy with all the cancellations and deletions and then all the re-scheduling. This is a huge task while ...
  • 24
    Jan
    Organization
    The Hamilton Huskies are excited to have Chris Jedrzejewicz return as Head coach of the 2009 U14 AAA team. We are looking forward to seeing the progress Chris and staff will make with this age group!
  • 21
    Jan
    Organization
    Congratulations to Hamilton Huskies GM Mike Spadafora in his new position as President of your Hamilton Kilty B's. So much history is shared between these two organizations and we look forward to watching Mike and company honor the past, work at ...
  • 21
    Jan
    Organization
    The Hamilton Huskies Hockey Club are excited to welcome Andrew back to coach our U15 AAA team in the 2022-23 season. We believe Andrew’s playing background and player development experience will be a great asset for our players moving forward!
  • 12
    Jan
    Organization
    The Hamilton Huskies are excited to announce the return of John and his staff to our U18 AAA team! John has built a culture of accountability, work ethic and a team first attitude. We look forward to working with John to continue building our ...
  • 12
    Jan
    Organization
    The Hamilton Huskies are pleased to announce that Rick Chapman will take the 2007 AAA age group forward into the 2022-23 season as they play in their U16 year. This is an important division for both our players and our organization and Rick is ...
  • 11
    Jan
    Organization
    HAMILTON, ONTARIO. The Hamilton Bulldogs have completed a trade with the Kitchener Rangers acquiring overage defenseman Arber Xhekaj.  Xhekaj, a Hamilton native, comes to his hometown Bulldogs having skated in 128 career OHL games with the ...
Printed from hamiltonhuskies.ca on Friday, January 28, 2022 at 2:05 PM