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HuTerra Rewards

We are pleased to announce that we are using HuTerra Rewards to RaiseUp funds for Marshfield Youth Hockey Association Inc. HuTerra Rewards allows you to support our association by shopping for the things you already need at participating local businesses and hundreds of online stores.

 

Getting started is simple, easy and fun!

 

  1. Download the ‘My HuTerra’ app and setup your account.

 

  1. Search for Marshfield Youth Hockey Association Inc and select General Fundraiser as your fundraiser.

 

  1. Shop at participating businesses on the app, including local businesses and hundreds of name brand online stores.

 

  1. Scan and submit your receipts via the My HuTerra App and you're done!

 

It's just that easy to earn real dollars for our organization. RaiseUp with HuTerra Rewards anywhere you shop and live!

 

Please help us spread the word by sharing this email with all your friends and family!  

 

Thank you for supporting our Marshfield Youth Hockey.
 

Blades Cards are in!

Festival cards will be available again soon.
 

The board is also looking for someone to head up MYHA Fundraising. If you are interested please contact Bjorn Gilbertson.

bjorngilbertson@yahoo.com
 
Thank you.

 


Note to MYHA Volunteers

The association has decided to go with a new program to sign up to volunteer.  It’s through Sports Engine.  Simply go to the MYHA website and click on “Dibs” on the right of the top menu bar.  Then click on the 2018-2019 Season.  This will take you to all the volunteer opportunities.  Click on the open spot that works for you.  This will take you to another screen to “claim your dib”.  It will ask you to fill out the required information and then you’re done.  It’s a new program for all of us so please feel free to email me with your questions at intothenet@yahoo.com and we can work through them together.  Please also make note of the change in volunteer requirements this year.  Thanks to everyone for helping out our kids on the ice.  I’m looking forward to another great hockey season!

Registration for the 2018-19 season is open!

Click on the 'registration' tab on the left for info on registering for the

2018-19 Season


Are You Interested in Refereeing Hockey This Year?

If you will be 12 years of age before November 1, 2018, you are eligible to become a hockey referee. 
Why officiate?
 
You can earn money.
 
To further develop your skating skills.
 
To gain a better understanding of the rules and the game.
 
To develop interpersonal skills and confidence by interacting with players and coaches.
 

Anyone that is interested in refereeing youth hockey games this year must take the USA Hockey Officials test and attend a Wisconsin Hockey Officials Association (WHOA) seminar.  If you are an adult, WHOA is also requiring you to complete their background screening process before attending your seminar and you are required to complete an online SafeSport Education Program every two seasons.

If you were a registered referee last year, you will receive an email notice regarding online registration directly from USA Hockey. 
 
*  Please go to www.wihoa.org and click on Seminar Schedule for a complete listing of seminar dates and locations.
 
*  Pre-registration is required for all seminar participants.  The on-line application is required with USA Hockey at www.usahockeyregistration.com and the seminar registration is available at www.wihoa.org  Please do not wait to register as there are a limited number of seats available at each of the seminars.  Referee registration fees are reimbursable for our youth referees by MYHA upon refereeing a minimum number of games during the season.
 
*  You will be required to take the online open book rules exam from USA Hockey as soon as possible and you must also complete the USA Hockey Online Education component.
 
*  All seminars start promptly at 10:00 a.m. and end at approximately 4:15 p.m.  Please bring a pen/pencil and paper for taking notes.  Also bring your rule book if you have one.
 
*  Level 1 and new officials are required to have a hockey helmet, ice skates, whistle, and referee jersey if available for the on-ice sessions.  All Level 2, 3, and 4 officials are expected to be in full officiating gear for the on-ice sessions. 
 
*  Car pooling to the various seminars should be available.  Please let me know if you need transportation or are willing to help transport our younger referees.
 
*  Should you have any further questions or need assistance in the pre-registration process, please call John Baur at 715-384-5911 or email him at jbkg@charter.net.


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