OMHA Volunteer Week, News (Northumberland Minor Hockey)

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OMHA Volunteer Week
Submitted By Michelle Brown on Sunday, February 24, 2019
Minor hockey in our community would not exist if it were not for the amazing contributions that we get from our outstanding volunteers.

The OMHA has dedicated the last week in February as Volunteer Appreciation Week.

If you would like to submit information about one of our volunteers, please do so by clicking the link below.

Thank a Volunteer

The NMHA boasts that we have well over 200 volunteers that are currently involved with assisting in the operations of our Nighthawks Association.

Our volunteers consistently go above and beyond on a regular basis to make sure that our players have the very best minor hockey experience that they can.  Many of their jobs are behind the scenes and are often overlooked, but so very valuable!

From our coaches, bench staff, managers, convenors, time keeper/referee coordinators, tournament helpers, executives, and everyone else who lends a hand when needed - we THANK YOU and we APPRECIATE YOU!
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