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HOW CAN YOU HELP MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR ASSOCIATION?
Submitted By Jeremy Rintjema on Wednesday, August 12, 2015
The Dorchester Minor Hockey Association is looking for volunteers to fill one executive position and two committee positions for the upcoming 2015-2016 hockey season. With the season quickly approaching, we ask that you please consider volunteering for the following positions so that the association can ensure that the season can be a successful one for our players and their families:

1. Local League Convenor – this convenor will coordinate the DMHA Local League teams, liaising with the coaches/teams, the league and the executive;

2. Gate Staff Co-ordinator – this co-ordinator will arrange for and schedule gate staff to collect gate fees during the season;

3. Sponsorship Co-ordinator – this co-ordinator will develop and pursue sponsorship opportunities for the association. 

All of the positions will enable you to satisfy bond hour requirements for the season. 

If you are willing and able to assist the association in one of the roles identified above, or if you have any questions about the roles, please contact me or any member of the DMHA executive.
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