We want to thank everyone that purchased tickets for this years raffle.
The Winners Are:
Jamie Morales--DPMS AR
Mitchell Webster--Henry AR7
Bethany Stellrecht-- Winchester 12ga
Jerry Christman--Savage 17HMR
Jim Lindstrom--Rock Island 9mm
Duane Nicely--Savage Pro Hunter 270
Jamie DeBois--Burnett Cross Bow
Gary Scalzo--Traditions .44 Black Powder pistol
Fred Simeth--Nike Golf Balls
Mike Peterson--Youth Bow
Sean Hand--Henry watch cap
L. Spexet--Henry watch cap
Ashley Miller--Henry coffee mug
Dan Boggess--Henry coffee mug
2016-2017 Bantam Coop Second Place in Rice Lake
You can start to turn in you raffle tickets and soup sales to Amy at any time between now and January 14th at noon.
Amy will be at Greenfields Physical Therapy today through Friday from 8am-5pm for drop off. If you are unable to make it to drop of your soup sales and/or tickets, you must have them to City Park no later than Noon on Saturday January 14th.
As you know part of your registration is volunteer hours, we had people sign for positions last weekend and they did not show up. If you sign up for positions on sign up genius and cannot make it please contact Amy, Shawna or myself, so we can plan for replacement.
We have Jack Frost this Saturday and need people in the concessions stand and a few to help out where needed. Please sign up ASAP.
Come on down and watch some youth hockey and enjoy the festivities.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
I want to thank everyone that was involved in getting the outdoor rink up and running. There have been some long hours put in to get it to this point. We had a 24hr watering crew going for over a week, to have the ice ready the earliest that I have seen. Thank you for the dedication. It is not easy getting out of a warm bed at 4am and spraying cold water on the rink.
We have had people cleaning the warming house, picking up items, organizing the concession stand, fixing the players boxes and installing the Plexiglas. The glass came on a trailer and was a big jig-saw puzzle. We moved some pieces 3-4 times. The guys involved in the install, my hats off to you. It was fun but frustrating. Yesterday, Tom, Kirby and I put in a 10 hr day at the rink and finished installing the glass. There was a lot of cutting and fitting involved. The Association had to purchase 5 sheets of Plexiglas to finish the project.
We have our first home game on Jan 6th, come on down and cheer for the Spooner Squirts vs Burnett @7pm.
We still have some minor things to complete if anyone is interested contact Tom
1. Cut the rubber matting to fit around the 4x4 polls in the player’s boxes
2. Mend the game nets. There are some bumpers falling off them and check the netting for holes.
3. Vacuum the warming house again and straighten up the locker rooms.
4. Put up the new score board.
I want to thank everyone that has helped with the players boxes and putting up the glass over the last few nights. It was great to see everyone pitching as it became a big jig-saw puzzle to put together that took awhile to figure out. We still need a few pieces of glass however, we are ready to put some water down. Thank You, Tim
SAYHA would like to say thank you to all the supporters that came out and had some great food and friendship on Friday and Saturday.
A big thank you goes out to Shane Marino for all the work of smoking 400lbs of pork for our eating pleasure.
Another big thank you goes out to Amy Freeman and everyone that helped her in organizing this event. It is a very thankless job and you all pulled it off with ease.
A special thank you to all the association members, that helped set up and staff the booths as well as clean up and tear them down. Without all of you this would have not been possible.
Again thank you all!!!
SAYHA would like to thank Amy Greenfield of Greenfield Physical Therapy for the donation of the profits that were made during the 1K and 5K run. We would also like to include the Spooner Chamber for allowing SAYHA to be able to provide the crowd and band with food and drink.
SAYHA served close to 1,000 people and netted close to $4,000.00 during the event including the donation made by Greenfield Physical Therapy. The pulled pork was prepared to perfection by Shane Marino and Tom Romportal. Along with the meal we also sold over 20 cases of water.
The Board would also like to thank all the volunteers that gave their time at the food booth. A lot of people came together and did what was needed to make this a successful event.
Pictures are provided by Jean Mcshane who selflessly donates her time for these events.
Thank You Jean.
The Spooner Chamber allowed SAYHA to be the sole beneficiary of the 2016 event. SAYHA would like to thank the Chamber for the event and the monies earned.
Thanks to all the people that came to the food and wine tasting. SAYHA made close to $10,000. We have opened an account for the building project. The monies made at this event will cover a lot of the costs accrued prior to building.
SAYHA cannot begin to express how delighted we are to accept this money, again Thank You to the Spooner Chamber of Commerce.
Nick made the 2016 Kohlman Cup team for the 2004 birth year.
If anyone would like to watch Nick play they will be holding the Kohlman Cup On April 2-3rd in Superior.
With 3 hard fought games the Icemen out shot their opponents 82-12. Spooner Bantams scored half of the total goals for the Icemen through out the weekend. While Aiden Ferguson only allowed 2 pucks by him during the tournament.
Great job Jordan, Tom and Aiden.
SAYHA would like to thank everyone that bought tickets. Here is a list of the winners:
Rock Island 45: Jeanine Schultz
DPMS Oracle 223: Steve Malzacher
Savage 25-06: Don Roberts
Benelli Super Nova 12ga: Monique Vosberg
Henery Golden Boy .22: Miles Macone
Crossbow: Jerry Neilson
After day 2 we have doors that work, and lines on the rink. Great JOB by all involved.
I want to thank all involved getting everything ready to play hockey at City Park. There was cleaning and building benches in the warming house along with countless hours flooding the rinks.
Come on out and support SAYHA mites and squirts as they play the first organized games in many years at City Park.
The concession stand will be open with hot food and warm drinks for all, you can even purchase raffle tickets during the games.