RIVERSIDE RAVENS FLOOR HOCKEY
RAVEN REPORT JANUARY 2008
1. February 9th is Hockey Day in Canada. We are going to celebrate this day in our
own special way. The regular schedule will be followed but there will be a
number of changes planned for that day. The Senior and Intermediate Divisions
game format will be a little different for this day only. The coaches have been
informed of these changes and we feel that the players and fans will enjoy the rule
changes made for play on this day. The Junior and Tyke Divisions will also see
some changes to their format on this day. Once again the coaches have been
informed and the changes should be enjoyed by both players and fans.
2. We will have special draw to commemorate this special day. Tickets for this
draw can be purchased with canned goods. For every canned good the player will
receive a ticket for our special draw. The canned goods will be donated to a local
charity-St. Vincent de Paul Society. In lieu of cans, tickets for the draw may be
purchased for $2.00 per ticket. The monies collected will also be donated to St.
Vincent de Paul Society.
First-Autographed Windsor Spitfire Jersey
Second- Autographed Windsor Spitfire Hockey Stick
Third- Spitfire Family Fun Pack-4 tickets-2 youth-2 adult
Fourth-Ontario Hockey League Book
Additional spit tickets may be available for this draw
3. In addition to the above prizes, after each game two spitfire tickets will be given
away. Only those players who are playing in the game will be eligible to win the tickets.
4. We do not mind that you bring drinks into the gym but please dispose of
them in the proper manner. Also if you happen to spill a beverage please let
us know so we can clean up the mess as soon as possible. If people continue
to leave behind their cups and bottles we will be forced to change our policy
in regard to bringing beverages into the gym. We do not want to do this but
you will leave us no choice. We are tenants and we are responsible for the
cleanliness of this facility.
5. We would ask that the parents supervise their children while they are in the
facility. Some children are running around the building unsupervised-this is
not a good situation-it is also a safety factor. The building is not a “public
playground” and it is very important that children be with their parents
while in the facility. Once again we are tenants in this building and we must
abide by the rules of this facility.
Ron Ottogalli, Gerry McMurdie, Tony Mazzotta, Louis Trudell, Bill McKay
Ken Bondy, Tim Hamilton