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GFAHA Annual Board Meeting and Elections

Was Held May 2, 2017 @ 6:30 pm

Crystal Inn Banquet Room

 

Elections for the following positions took place:

 

  • Vice President​: Christina Platt

  • Secretary​:

  • 2 14U (Bantam) Division Representatives​:  Heather Dahley and Mike Flaherty

  • 2 10U (Squirt) Division Representatives​:  Amber Rivera-Heck and Tobi Hlavnicka

  • 2 8U (Mite) Division Representatives:  Tracy Manella and Bridget Vasichek

  • 2 Learn To Play Hockey (LTPH) Representatives:  None

 

July 11th was the first meeting for new Board members.  Nate Weisenburger, GFAHA President, appointed the following positions:

  • Registrar - Cheyney Lorenz
  • Ice Scheduler - Randy Gilbertson
  • Equipment Manager - 
  • Coaches Committee - Christina Platt, Bob Slater
  • Montana Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA) Representative - Steve Griessmer
  • Referee Scheduler -
  • Safe Sport Coordinator - 
  • ACE/Risk Manager - 
  • Grievance/Discipline Liaison - 

If you are interested in any open positions, please contact Nate. 

   

The annual meeting is also the only time that changes can be made to the by-laws. 

 

PLAYERS-COACHES-PARENTS: HECC HELMET RULES

All helmets used on the ice during USAH sanctioned events must be in good working order and HECC certified. Each certified helmet must have a current certification sticker affixed in plain view to the back of the helmet. Each sticker will have and expiration date on them. Helmets with expired stickers will not be allowed on the ice.

This includes all USA Hockey members--player helmets, referee helmets, and goalie helmets as well. Please check your equipment prior to the season starting to make sure you are in compliance.

Below is an excerpt from the regulations and photos of the HECC stickers that should be located on each helmet.

   "... (c) It is mandatory that all players (except Adults) wear a HECC approved helmet (including ear protection) with chin strap properly fastened.

       *(Note) HECC certification includes an expiration date on the sticker and a helmet that has an expiration date that has expired is no longer considered certified. The player may not wear a helmet that does not have a valid and current certification sticker. Players in the Adult classification must wear a hockey helmet (including non-HECC approved) with chin strap properly fastened. "