The Middlebury men's hockey team will offer its annual "Skate With the Panthers" on Saturday, December 10 following its 3:00 p.m. NESCAC contest against Amherst. Players will skate fans at the conclusion of the game, as well as be available to sign team photos, which will be provided.
|Booth's Team||DeeDee's Team|
Avery Austin Neil
Nicholas Austin Neil
Edwin Hodde - Goalie
Coaches: Booth Hodde and John Anderson
Maguire Baker - Goalie
Coaches: DeeDee Flagg and Tim Hescock
|Carl's Team||Tony's Team|
Wyatt Carniglia - Goalie
Devon Cyr - Goalie
Coaches: Carl Crawford and Bret Rubright
Abigail Hodsden - Goalie
Tony Niemo and Heather Hodsden
The game schedule has been loaded, please look for your team name on the Master Calendar: Booth, DeeDee, Carl or Tony.
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Introduces skating and hockey skills (with emphasis on skating) to children ages 4-7 in a 6-week session, meeting once weekly on Saturdays. It's a fun, first experience on the ice.
All necessary equipment, other than skates, is available to rent for $25.
MAHA will again offer a Girls Learn to Play Hockey program to girls in birth years 2003 - 2009, in addition to our coed Mites and girls travel team (U10/U12/U14) programs.
In the next few weeks we will be working to collect donations for a food drive to benefit the HOPE (Helping Overcome Poverty's Effects) food pantry. HOPE serves over 600 people a month in Addison County, providing families with non-perishable, client selected groceries. During the holidays they also offer holiday boxes. These feature staple items for this time of year like turkey, stuffing, ingredients for pies, and local fall produce. Last year they handed out 379 Holiday boxes.
In recent weeks, the shelves at HOPE have been running frighteningly low and they do not have enough stock to meet the local need.
Please help us meet this need by bringing non-perishable items to the rink by December 4, 2016. We will have labeled boxes in the rink for your donations.
Great items to consider donating are peanut butter and jelly, canned tuna, cereal, and baking products. Additionally, they are actively seeking personal hygiene products including shampoo, toothbrush/toothpaste, disposable razors, etc... We will have labeled boxes in the rink next to the concession window.
The goal of this project is to come together as an organization to aid families in need in our local community. This is a great time to teach our children the value of service. I hope you will join us in this effort to help mitigate food insecurity for local families.