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This page was last updated on: May 16, 2018

ATTENTION!!!!

WE ASK THAT YOU DO NOT WALK OR PLAY WITH YOUR DOGS ON OUR RINKS. THIS CREATES AN UNSANITARY PLAYING ENVIRONMENT FOR OUR SKATERS. THEY ARE CONSTANTLY ON THE GROUND AND WE WOULD NOT WANT ANYONE TO BECOME SICK. THERE ARE PLENTY OF BEAUTIFUL PLAYING AREAS IN ALL OF THE PARKS.
THERE ARE NO BICYCLES ALLOWED ON THE RINK AS WELL.

WE ASK THAT EVERYONE PLEASE HELP KEEP OUR RINK BEAUTIFUL AND CLEAN. PICK UP AFTER YOURSELVES. DO NOT LEAVE BOTTLES, CANS, TRASH OR BROKEN EQUIPMENT BEHIND, PLEASE USE THE PROPER RECEPTACLES THAT ARE LOCATED ALL AROUND THE RINK. NO EXCUSES!!!!
THERE IS TO BE NO GLASS BOTTLES ON OR AROUND THE PLAYER AREA OR PENALTY BOXES.

LACEY ROLLER HOCKEY IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOST OR STOLEN ITEMS.  

WE ARE ALL VOLUNTEERS AND ALTHOUGH WE DON'T MIND HELPING IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO PITCH IN AND DO YOUR PART!

PLEASE KEEP IN CONTACT WITH YOUR COACHES FOR PRATICES AND GAMES.
PLEASE REMEMBER TO ALWAYS HAVE FUN AND BE SAFE.

WE THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR ALL OF YOUR COOPERATION! 

HELP WANTED FOR THE FOLLOWING!

REFEREES (MUST HAVE SKATING & HOCKEY EXPERIENCE)
BOARD MEMBERS
COACHES

WE ARE ALWAYS IN NEED OF VOLUNTEERS TO WORK OUR SNACK-STAND!!

 SENIORS, THIS IS A GREAT INCENTIVE FOR YOU TO PUT IN YOUR COMMUNITY TIME. IF YOU APPLIED FOR A SCHOLARSHIP AT LACEY HIGH SCHOOL BRING US YOUR FORMS TO BE FILLED OUT AND SIGNED, YOU WILL BE CREDITED BY HOW MANY HOURS YOU WORK. PLEASE STOP BY THE SNACK-STAND TO SIGNUP, OR EMAIL US AT LACEYHOCKEY@YAHOO.COM

ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT OUR LEAGUE DIRECTOR PATTIE AGOSTO AT LACEYHOCKEY@YAHOO.COM

THANK YOU!!!!!!!

*BOARD MEETINGS*
FEEL FREE TO STOP BY WITH QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS
IF YOU LIKE!

The Lacey Roller Hockey Board encourages team play and we strive to make our league fun and fair for everyone: coaches, players, and parents.  

We now run our program the following way! 
The scoreboard will not be cleared when up by 8 points. 
Points will be posted on scoreboard, scoresheet and website, 
We will have 3/15 minute periods (running clock). The clock will stop for injuries, puck out of play or if the game is tie or within 2 points within the last 2 minutes of the game. This will help encourage each team to continue playing, and make it fair for all ages.