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IHWC 1st Annual Golf Outing
09/27/2016
IHWC First Annual Golf Outing Legendary Golf Course Mark...
IHWC 1st Annual Golf Outing
09/27/2016
IHWC First Annual Golf Outing Legendary Golf Course Mark...
ADM Walkthrough Session
09/15/2016
ADM Walkthrough Session Mite and Squirt House Parents, The...
2016-2017 Hockey Programs
08/29/2016
2016-2017 IHWC Hockey Clinics Questions? Contact Danny Wood Directly...
IHWC Youth Hockey
05/12/2016
Our Mission:  To promote a “fun and learning”...
 
IHWC 1st Annual Golf Outing

IHWC First Annual Golf Outing

Legendary Golf Course

Mark your calendar and register today for the 1st Indian Hill Winter Club Golf
Outing and Dinner, hosted by the IHWC, supporting capital improvements and reserve fund for the club
This outing is likely to sell out so move quickly as it is most likely one of the last chances for the season to get out on the course before winter.

 

click here for further info and sign up

 

by kathy haberer posted 09/27/2016
IHWC 1st Annual Golf Outing

IHWC First Annual Golf Outing

Legendary Golf Course

Mark your calendar and register today for the 1st Indian Hill Winter Club Golf
Outing and Dinner, hosted by the IHWC, supporting capital improvements and reserve fund for the club
This outing is likely to sell out so move quickly as it is most likely one of the last chances for the season to get out on the course before winter.

 

click here for further info and sign up

 

by kathy haberer posted 09/27/2016
ADM Walkthrough Session

ADM Walkthrough Session

Mite and Squirt House Parents,

The season is just around the corner and many positive steps have been taken to ensure the success of these two particular programs for ‘16-’17. Part of that exciting plan is an “ADM Walkthrough” session scheduled on October 1st from 7-8pm. This session is FREE to the first 40 people to sign-up (Mite House and Squirt House Players).

Here is what I hope to get out of this extra session:

1. Coach’s development; efficiency with USA Hockey Mobile App

2. For the staff to work out any kinks BEFORE the season starts

3. Players to become comfortable with the way practices will be run

I believe this will be a great way to start the season off strong and for me to work closely with our new and returning coaches. Better still, the bar will be open that evening and serves as an easy way to get to know new families and catch up with friends.

 

While I have your attention, the program is still looking for another manager for the mite program, if interested please contact Kevin Lord. The goal is to have 2 managers this year so assist with communication of events etc.

Thanks to Kevin Lord for working through the ice schedule to allot us this slot to use. Let’s kick this season off the right way!

To sign-up: please contact or call Kathy at the front desk.

Hope to see many of you on Saturday, October 1st.


by posted 09/15/2016
2016-2017 Hockey Programs

Danny Wood Hockey Clinics

2016-2017 IHWC Hockey Clinics
Questions? Contact Danny Wood Directly @
(507) 384-1086
dwood@ihwinterclub.com                                  

click here for printable version


1. Tuesday, September 6 & Thursday, Sept. 8, 2016: Knock the Rust Off Clinic
Purpose: Fundamentals and serves to “knock the rust off”
Group A: Mites-PeeWees Group B: Bantam-High School
Times: 6-7:30 and 7:30-9pm Tuesday and Thursday

Limit: 35 skaters per group
Cost: $95/$55 per individual day.
Total Ice for participants= 3hrs.
Curriculum Focus: Skating, Puck Control, Shooting, Conditioning
Adult Clinic: Saturday, September 10th 2016.
Time: 8-9:30am
Cost: $45
Limit: 35 Adult skaters
Level: All Adult Levels (Will be broken up by skill for station work)
Curriculum Focus: Skating, Puck Control, Conditioning

2. November 26, 2016: (Saturday) Turkey Skate; Forward and Defenseman Clinic
Purpose: Position specific clinic
Group A: Forwards Group B: Defensemen
Times: Group A; 10-11:30. 1:30-2:45 Group B: 11:30-1pm. 2:45-4pm
Limit: 35 skaters per group
Cost: $95/$55 per session
Total Ice for participants= 2:45 hours.
Curriculum Focus: Position specific skills for Forwards and Defensemen
3. December 26 and 27, 2016: Christmas Clinic; Parent-Child Clinic
Purpose: Family orientated clinic
Group: Father/Mother-Son/Daughter
Times: Monday and Tuesday 12-1:30pm
Limit: 36 skaters total
Cost: $150 for pair; $200 group of three family members
Total Ice for participants: 3 hours
Curriculum Focus: Skill based clinic with emphasis on family participation
4. December 26 and 27, 2016: Goal Scoring, Stick Handling.
Purpose: Specific clinic for players to work on goalscoring and stick handling
Time: Monday 1:30-3pm
Limit: 25 for goalscoring clinic, 35 for puck control clinic
Cost: $95 for both; $55 for individual clinic
Total Ice for participants= 3 hours
Curriculum Focus: Shooting to score, quick release, and puck control speed and fluidity.
5. January 16, 2017: MLK All-Star Skills Competition
Purpose: Adults ONLY Skills competition
Times: 9am-12pm
Limit: 30 skaters
Cost: $100
Total ice for participants: 3 hours
Level: Players in the competition will be grouped based on skill level.
Competition Includes (but not limited to):
-Fastest Skater
-Obstacle Relay
-Puck Control
-Shooting accuracy
-Hardest Shot
-Long range accuracy
-Breakaway Challenge
6. March TBD; Kids All Star Skills Competition


by posted 08/29/2016
IHWC Youth Hockey

Our Mission: 

To promote a “fun and learning” environment for the growth of youth hockey and all its participants and enthusiasts by encouraging, educating, developing, and administering all aspects of the sport.

Values…we are guided by

·         Sportsmanship – it is most important to learn a sense of fair play, be humble in victory and gracious in defeat, foster friendship with teammates and opponents alike.

·         Respect – treat all others as you expect to be treated.

·         Integrity – foster honesty and fair play beyond mere strict interpretation of the rules and regulations of the game.

·         Excellence – will be pursued at the individual, team and organizational levels – each member of the organization, whether player, volunteer or staff, should seek to perform each aspect of the game to the highest level of his or her ability.

·         Enjoyment – it is important for the hockey experience to be fun, satisfying and rewarding for all participants.

·         Loyalty – we aspire to teach loyalty to the ideals and fellow members of the sport of hockey.

·         Teamwork – value the strength of learning to work together, the use of teamwork is reinforced and rewarded by success in the hockey experience.

 

Our Program ...is designed to 

Provide our youth the opportunity to play hockey at the variety of skill levels from Mites through High School.   

The program is run, coached and administered by the member volunteers.   

Every coach must be certified through USA Hockey. 

Year end youth hockey survey – we need and encourage your input.  The on-line survey will be emailed to you soon

Concussion testing will be available for all of our players this fall.  It will be mandatory for all players Bantam and up. 
 


by Kathy Haberer posted 05/12/2016
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