Keeping a youth hockey association in business takes the work of many dedicated persons. In order to run the Chaska Chanhassen Hockey Association we need Board members, Key Volunteers and daily in-season volunteering from our member families. We just completed the election for our newest Board Members and now we need to fill some of our Key Volunteer roles.
What is a Key Volunteer you ask? CCHA Key Volunteers are members who are willing to take ownership of a critical need area of the CCHA. A key volunteer commits to a long-term (at least a full season) role within our association to help facilitate an event or lead a functional area of the association.
Key Volunteers receive full credit for all of their families volunteer requirements and, in some roles, a small stipend for the additional & necessary time committed to the association.
The following Key Volunteer positions are open for the 2018-19 season:
Job descriptions and basic expectations (by month) for each position can be found in the document below. Please consider stepping up to help our association continue to run smoothly and efficiently.
Please contact Michelle Fontaine, VP of Administration, email@example.com, if you are interested or have any questions about a role.
Please take the time to complete a VERY SHORT survey about the coaching your player received in the prior season. We have shortened it quite a bit for two reasons. First, we'd appreciate it if a majority of parents would provide feedback on the coaching staffs. Our response rate on this is typically not very high (<20%), and that's a shame. If that happens, we will presume everything was fine in this regard for your season. If that WAS NOT your experience and you don't tell us about it, we have no way of knowing. Second, we've been polling you on different topics throughout the season by various means (e.g, the Survey Monkey survey on open/closed tryouts) and will continue to do so. Accordingly, please take the time to provide this critical feedback on coaching - an aspect of our association that impacts your athlete(s) on a daily basis during the season. Thank you in advance for your participation.
The survey was also emailed to all registered players accounts. The email was sent to the SportsEngine account that registered the player.
Winners will be contacted via information supplied on the ticket to confirm prize and arrange for prize distribution. Thank you to all who supported CCHA by purchasing a ticket!
Grand Prize – $7,500
2nd Place Prize – $2,500
3rd Place Prizes – $1,000
4th Place Prizes – $500
5th Place Prizes – $100
Over the next few weeks, our internal team will be reviewing and issuing final credits for all volunteer hours claimed/worked this season. No checks will be cashed until this process is final.
Any member who did not buy-out of their volunteer obligation and who did not complete their required number of hours, will receive a notification prior to their check being cashed.
Mark your calendars!
The 20th Annual StormHawk Awards are April 17, 2018 at Chanhassen High School Theatre, 7:00-8:30 pm!
What are the StormHawk Awards?
CCHA strongly believes it is important to recognize the academic accomplishments of our student athletes. We feel we have the responsibility as well as opportunity to encourage our athletes to set and achieve academic goals and earn recognition for their accomplishments.
Players who submit eligible grades will receive a certificate and shirt, and those in attendance will receive additional prizes and be entered into our live prize raffle, as well as hear from great speakers.
Who is eligible?
All CCHA players at the Squirt/10U, PeeWee/12U, Bantam/15, and Jr Gold levels, who maintain a grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or better on a 4.0 scale qualify during the season.