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RESPECT IN SPORT FOR PARENTS: Hockey Alberta announced that parents are required to recertify their Respect in Sport every four years. For the 2019-2020 season, the requirement to recertify affects parents who completed their Respect in Sport certification prior to May 1, 2016. Any parent who has not re-certified, their child(ren) will NOT be able to attend any evaluations or try-outs until their certification has been completed.
PeeWee A Wildcats collected food bank items at their game Dec 22 vs West Central.Read More
The Medicine Hat Atom CAHL Black Hounds made a difference in the life of a local family again this Christmas! In the 2nd annual “Giving Christmas Away” theme, the team adopted a family, raising close to $1400 that allowed them to make a deserving family’s Christmas dreams come true. The boys shopped together, wrapped together, […]Read More
On Friday, December 20th the SEAC Midget 15 AAA Tigers went to Chinook Village in Medicine Hat to deliver wrapped gifts to seniors living in assisted living. The team collected gifts for seniors in need at a home game in Medicine Hat on November 16th at the Hockey Hounds Arena and then worked with the […]Read More
On Friday, December 13th the SEAC Midget 15 AAA Tigers volunteered at the Salvation Army Soup Kitchen in Medicine Hat, AB serving a hot meal to around 100 people. It was a great opportunity for the team to volunteer their time and give back to people in our community. The boys helped with serving a […]Read More