The Noah King Scholarship was created by the King family in memory of their son Noah, who grew up playing hockey in our area. The goal of scholarship is to remove financial barriers for a child who loves to play hockey. In making its decision, the Board of Keene Ice will consider the child’s personal statement as expressed in their application letter, the supporting letter of recommendation from their coach/teacher/mentor, and financial need. As volunteers who actively support youth hockey in our region, I want you to be aware of this scholarship and hope that you would be willing to encourage any eligible child in the program who might benefit from the award to apply. The application instructions can be found at: http://keeneice.com/noah-king-ice-hockey-scholorship/
Noah King developed his love for skating on the local ponds and outdoor rinks throughout the Monadnock Region. At the age of 11 or 12, Noah became a youth hockey player in Keene, and later skated for Keene High School. Like many New Englanders, hockey remained a passion for Noah into adulthood, and he played in leagues in Boston in the years following high school. While Noah had a love for all sports, hockey was his favorite, and his love for skating never ceased. Whether watching a game, playing in high school, or just skating on the pond, he found great joy, and created great memories, from skating.
Tragically, Noah lost his life much too early, and left behind a loving family and many friends. The Noah King Scholarship was created by Noah’s family and friends, in tribute to Noah, to provide financial support, in the form of a $500 scholarship (awarded annually), for a child who is interested in playing youth hockey in the Keene Youth Hockey organization. The goal is to create an opportunity, which might not otherwise exist, for a child to participate in the Keene programs and, like Noah, develop a lifelong love of the game.
Noah King Scholarship Application
Recommended but not required:
Please fill out the following
Best contact person and phone #:
Intended hockey club:
Please explain to us why you are applying for this scholarship. It is important for us to understand why hockey is important to you and why you like playing it.
Please share a situation in your life that was extremely challenging. Explain how you handled that situation and what the experience taught you.
*Applications can be submitted directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or drop off at the front desk at the rink and tell the attendant it is for the Noah King Scholarship.
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LOOKING FOR NEW BOARD MEMBERS: It's that time of year again where we are looking to add to our board of directors. We are blessed with so many fantastic hockey families who have great ideas that could benefit the club. If you have a desire to share those ideas and want to have a voice in conversations that contribute to the direction of our club, please send your name and email address to email@example.com
Just an FYI that the USA Hockey Website has an incredible amount of information for parents and players. Below is the link specifically for Concussions but there is information about many other topics on their website....
2019-2020 KYHC Season Information
Per USA Hockey, all coaches and volunteers must be USA Hockey Certified.
Here's the link: https://www.usahockeyregistration.com/register_form_input.action
The American Development Model is a nationwide model for successfully developing American hockey players. It is a tool that will ensure every kid will have a great chance to succeed.
By implementing USA Hockey's ADM, associations deliver more efficient skill development, will produce more skilled players and experience an increase in player retention. The ADM is a nationwide blueprint designed specifically to help kids reach their full potential. Click the video below or go to their website www.admkids.com
INTERESTED IN COACHING? Did you know that the majority of our coaching staff are parents. Why not dust off those skates and join us next season with the latest contingent of Cobras? We will engage you with online training modules, on-ice and off-ice instructional classes, and the camaraderie that comes from this awesome sport. Please inform any coaching staff or board member of your interest, or email our coaching director, Gregg Crisp, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration is now open for the Fall Girls Development Camp
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