BB Programming for 2023-24 Season - Town Hall Meeting, News (Woolwich Minor Hockey)

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Feb 08, 2023 | WMHA | 637 views
BB Programming for 2023-24 Season - Town Hall Meeting
Attention: Woolwich Minor Hockey Members

As we are now well into the 2nd second half of the season/playoffs, your Board of Directors have begun the process of planning for the 2023-24 Season. 

Prior to the WMHA Board finalizing any team structure or budget forecasts, we feel it is important to collect some feedback and suggestions from our Membership, in particular around BB Programing for the 2023-24 Season. 

In order to do so, we will be hosting a "town hall" style meeting on February 27th (details below), to gather some feedback on the BB teams from the current season and what participants would like to see for next season.

To make this meeting as productive as possible,  we ask that you preregister and provide some information on the BB related topic, you would like to discuss. We ask you to RSVP, so we know how many Members to expect. 
If you cannot attend, but wish to provide some feedback/questions, please fill out the online form and tick "unable to attend". We will respond to your questions, after the meeting via email. 

Date: Monday, February 27, 2023
Time: 6-7 pm
Location: WMC - Concourse Room (meeting room upstairs between the 2 rinks)
Topic: BB Programming for the 2023-24 Season


**Any Member who feels impacted by potential decisions made around BB Programming is welcome to attend (meaning you don't necessarily have to have a player in BB to participate); however, the meeting will be kept to a strict 60 minutes and only to topics, applicable to this area of Programming. Should you wish to discuss other topics, please reach out to the Hockey Office and our Staff will direct the inquiries to the appropriate Board Member. **

Thank you!
WMHA Board of Directors

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