We are looking for employees to work our Saturday bingo program at the Main Gate. Employees will be in charge of setting up and tearing down bingo equipment, selling and calling bingo games along with miscellaneous tasks. Pay is $11/hr with paid training available. Interested applicants can contact our Gambling Manager, Joe Adamski. Joe's contact information can be found under the board tab. Please help spread the word to anyone that might be interested in earning some extra money on Saturdays.
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It is the intention of the LFYH to have the practice schedule posted at least a month ahead of time!
Below is the intention for practices and games for LFYH teams. There are weeks these plans do not work out. Some weeks you may have more or less practices to try and balance the schedule out.
Ice Mites: Ice Mites should expect 1 practice during the week and 1 practice on the weekends. The ice mites will attend 3 or 4 jamborees at the end of the season.
Mites: Mites should expect 1 practice during the week and 1 practice on the weekends. Mites are not allowed any full ice games BEFORE 12/31. Mites are allowed 10 full ice games after 12/31. The mites will attend 4 or 5 jamborees at the end of the season. Mites may have up to 15 games scheduled throughout the season.
Squirts: Squirts should expect 2 practices during the week and 2-3 games on the weekend. Squirts will play 25 - 30 games throughout the season.
PeeWees: PeeWees should expect 3 practices during the week and 2-3 games on the weekend. PeeWees will play 30 - 35 games throughout the season.
Bantams: Bantams should expect 3-4 practices during the week and 2-3 games on the weekend. Bantams will play 35 - 40 games throughout the season.
Please remember, these are all the intentions of the scheduler. Results are affected by number of high school and juniors home games, home tournaments, and number of district teams at the peewee and bantam level.
The safety of its participants is of paramount importance to USA Hockey. USA Hockey SafeSport is the organization's program related to off-ice safety.
USA Hockey has long had systems in place to protect its participants from physical abuse, sexual abuse and other types of abuse and misconduct that can be harmful to youth hockey players and other participants. These include without limitation Physical Abuse, Sexual Abuse, Screening, Locker Room Supervision and Hazing Policies, in addition to Codes of Conduct applicable to administrators, coaches, officials, parents, players and spectators. The USA Hockey SafeSport Handbook is intended to update and collect USA Hockey’s various policies to protect its participants from all types of misconduct and abuse.