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Thank-You for the communication and volunteering to help organized a great start of the season for NMAHA. Parents, players and volunteers have made this transition to the hockey season a success. We have incorporated SportsEngine into a lot of the communication and appreciate your patience as we we all learn to use the App and desktop features of the program. Coaches and managers, please register with the registration link to gain your team permissions if you have not already done so:

http://nmaha.sportngin.com/register/form/324936536

A big thanks to all of you who have stepped up to help with fundraising events. Take a look through this November issue Newsletter for events and information. If you have an event coming up lease email us at nmahaoutreach@gmail.com 


Game Schedule

Please login to nmaha.org and review your team's roster and game schedule.

Parents Portal

This portal is under the 'In The Game' tab. Here you will find hockey information and a few guides for using SportsEngine Website and App

Butter Braids

The Cougars have Butter Braid® hand braided pastries, layered with 100% real butter and filled with a delicious variety of flavors. These are only available through fundraising efforts, so pick a few up now just in time for Thanksgiving. They are only $14 and proceeds go towards tournament fees for your local Cougar Hockey.

 

For the right flavor contact:
nmaha.hs.hockey@gmail.com (Patricia)

Harris Jewelers

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Turtle Mountain Brewing Company

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NEWS AND EVENTS

TRY HOCKEY FOR FREE

801 Loma Colorado Drive
November 9th @ 2:30PM

For one hour children are introduced to the game of hockey. This program is meant to be fun and exciting. Coaches, players and volunteers are there to support getting prepared for on ice activities, promoting safety and just having fun. Please make sure to bring a helmet, gloves and warm clothing. Skates can be provided if you need.

We need your help to get future hockey players on the ice. We can't do it without volunteers to help! Helping kids take the ice for the first time is always such a fun and rewarding experience. 

We need parents to arrive 15-20 minutes early and spend just about an hour helping our future players get skates and basic pads then to the ice. You don't need any more experience than you have getting your player on the ice, but we cannot have a successful day without help!

Also, feel free to send this Newsletter to anyone you know who may be interested, share the event on your Facebook page or use word of mouth to help our organization grow.


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CEP Training Dates

Level 2
The MAC: November 3
8:45AM - 4:45PM

Level 1 & 3
The Outpost: Nov 24
830AM - 530PM

Applebees
Pancake Breakfast

4100 Ridge Rock Rd SE, Rio Rancho
November 9th
8-10 AM

JV Cougars invite you to come out. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased through Margarett McNatt (nmahasecretary1@gmail.com) or any JV player. Tickets will also be sold at the MAC Mon - Thurs during HS practice.

Seat Cushions
As you can see, our promotions are all about keeping you fed. Now we want to keep you warm during practice and games in the rink. Seat cushions are in the design phase, so keep a lookout for when they go on sale.