Each year the Marshfield High School Hockey Program has a golf tournament as a means of raising money for their program. This is their biggest and most important fundraiser of the year and I am hoping that the Coastal Stars Parents can show their support by playing in the tournament or even becoming a hole sponsor. The MHS players and coaches are a huge asset to our program in many ways that you may not be aware of. They send players to staff our Learn to Skate (couldn’t do it with out them!) and this year the MHS Coaching Staff is donating their time and experience to run our Four Week Mini Camp for new players. Because of their donation of time and service, we are able to offer our families some top notch programs at a very low cost. Let’s return the favor and show them support!!
Marshfield Boys Ice Hockey
Friday, September 5, 2014 at 1:00 PM
Widows Walk Golf Course, Scituate, MA
COST: $150/per person
Includes 18 holes of golf with cart and dinner.
SIGN UP BY AUGUST 15th FOR A BONUS GIFT!
1:00pm Shot-Gun start / 12:00pm Check-In Scramble Format
Coastal Stars Youth Hockey is excited to announce the first-ever Stars Mini Camp featuring two-time Division 1 Champion Coach Dan Connolly from Marshfield High School. The Mini Camp will be held over four Saturdays in September at 5:00 p.m. at Hobomock Arena in Pembroke.
This program is for the child that can skate, but has NEVER played organized hockey and wants a kick-start to their skill level before entering into our Learn to Play Hockey/Instructional Program, which starts in October. By “skate,” we mean that your child can get up on their own feet and move freely around the ice at their own pace, whatever that pace may be. If you have participated in a Learn to Skate Program but want to bridge the gap between that and the next step…THIS IS THE PROGRAM FOR YOU! This program is not for those with zero on-ice experience (please see our Learn to Skate Program) or those who have already participated in our Learn to Play Hockey/Instructional Program in past years.
Over the four weeks, Dan and his staff will break the players up into 4-6 smaller groups with each group working at a “station” on a specific hockey/skating skill. Each player will rotate through each station, building their skill level and confidence each week. Our hope is that all of these new hockey players will enter into our Learn to Play Hockey/Instructional program.
The cost of the 4-week program will be $50.00 and will include 4 hours of on-ice instruction with small player-to-coach ratios and a hockey jersey with their name and number of their choice on the back. In addition, anyone that signs up for our Learn to Play Hockey/Instructional Program will receive a $50.00 credit towards our Learn to Play Hockey/Instructional tuition, meaning that if you register for the Learn to Play Hockey/Instructional program, the Mini Camp is FREE! This program is limited to the first 50 players to sign up and it will sell out fast. Anyone that signs up prior to August 1 will receive their jersey at our First Annual Season Kick-Off on August 16, 2014
If interested, please go to the Registration link at www.coastalstars.com and sign up for the Stars Mini Camp NOW.
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