Partnership forged: Moose Jaw Minor Hockey Association and Moose Jaw Skating Club
A new partnership has been forged between the Moose Jaw Minor Hockey Association and the Moose Jaw Skating Club for kids in the initiation division. Initiation-aged players in the Moose Jaw Minor Hockey Association are offered a $25 rebate when they register in a Moose Jaw Skating Club’s five week Learn to Skate Program.
“Skating is extremely important to young players and we are very happy to support this new initiative as part of our continued commitment to player development,” President of Moose Jaw Minor Hockey, Patrick Boyle said.
The Moose Jaw Skating Club kicked-off the first of four sessions of five week Learn to Skate classes on Sunday, October 14th.
“This is a great new initiative for our club and we are excited to work with all Moose Jaw Minor Hockey Initiation players,” President of the Moose Jaw Skating Club, Shelley Cridland said. “Developing those right skating skills at such a young age is a great for all the young athletes on the ice.”
In order to claim this rebate, the Moose Jaw Minor Hockey Association is asking members to submit the receipt to the office prior to the end of the Learn to Skate Program. The $25 rebate will be mailed out within two weeks; each family is eligible for one rebate.
The Moose Jaw Skating Club was first affiliated with Skate Canada in 1964. The Club has provided ex-ceptional programs to the youth of Moose Jaw ever since. The club runs a full program of skating instruction from the CanSkate program to the competitive STARSkaters program for skaters with goals of making the National Teams. The club is run by a volunteer executive who are dedicated and committed to the success and enjoyment of skating for everyone involved.