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Calling all SDAHA girls hockey participants….this weekend is for YOU!!!

WHO : Girls born 2004-2012 looking for a fun and exciting weekend of hockey

WHAT : Opportunities to participate in or attend the following

*12U Scrimmages *14/16U Scrimmages *14/16U Skills Competition

*12U TSD vs Siouxland Sled hockey *19U TSD Games vs Aberdeen Lady Cougars

*Saturday Evening Stampede Home Opener Game Tickets
Registration: Register at https://sdaha.sportngin.com/register/form/269392248 by Friday

October 23rd, 2020 so we can plan teams, coaches, supplies & Stampede tickets

Cost: There will be NO charge for SDAHA girls to participate in this weekend event. This
event will be funded through sponsorships, donations and some fun raffles during the event.

SDAHA is seeking sponsors and donations for this event, if you or someone you know would be interested in supporting this event or have any questions please contact Jenni Wirkus at
sdahadirector@outlook.com . There are some great advertising opportunities available!!!

SDAHA is committed to growing and investing in the future of girls hockey in our great state!

Shop with Scrip

We are excited to offer a new fundraising option to our members that also provides an option to lower the cost of registration fees for your players!  This option is called Shop with Scrip.  The Scrip program is a gift card system that earns the association and your family rebates on your purchases. 

Members will be receiving an email with the organization code.  If you did not receive an email or are a relative of a player and simply wish to join the program to earn rebates for your grandchildren, nieces or nephews please email Jodi Reimnitz or Lori Goldammer to get the code. 

The gift cards can be purchased online. Ecards are available within minutes as well as card reloads.  Physical cards are available the following week.

 


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