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2018 Semi-Annual Meeting & Annual Awards Luncheon Set for London, January 27
Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Thursday, January 18, 2018
Stratford, ON - The 2018 ALLIANCE Hockey Semi-Annual Meeting will be hosted in London, ON on January 27, 2018.  The Semi-Annual Meeting marks the mid-way point of the 2017-18 hockey season and provides an opportunity for the Membership to review important initiatives and challenges to date.

A variety of accompanying meetings will also be hosted on January 27th including Presidents, Rep Council, Rec Council and IP Working Group with the 2018 ALLIANCE Hockey Awards Luncheon following the Semi-Annual Meeting.

The 2018 Awards Luncheon will recognize some of the Association's top local volunteers alongside their peers and colleagues. 

The ALLIANCE Hockey Awards Program was introduced during the 2001-02 season to formally recognize the efforts and achievements of ALLIANCE Hockey members who dedicate themselves to furthering the great game of hockey.

The tradition has since continued with awards being bestowed upon local Association individuals who have dedicated themselves to the ideals of ALLIANCE Hockey; who have worked tirelessly for the improvement of their local Association and ALLIANCE Hockey and who have had a notable impact on the game.

ALLIANCE Hockey Awards include:
 

ALLIANCE Hockey is aware that there are many individuals dedicating their time and efforts to making this great game even better for those who participate across  the ALLIANCE and we are looking forward to recognizing some of these well-deserving individuals on January 27th.


Watch www.alliancehockey.com for a complete report on all of the award recipients following the Luncheon.

To view the history of previous ALLIANCE Hockey Award recipients, click here!  

2016-2017 ALLIANCE Hockey Award Recipients
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