Moorhead Youth Hockey Association is an organization run by its volunteers including Board members, coaches, coordinators, tournament workers and many others. Volunteers are absolutely essential to maintaining and growing the Moorhead Youth Hockey Association.
All members are expected to contribute time to staffing the tournaments assigned to their child(s) teams. All other time given to help at membership events will be considered "true volunteer time" and not credited toward any kind of required hours. All members who step up to help during events (registration, pull-tab audit, wreath sales, fall social, etc.) are appreciated and relied upon to help run the organization as smoothly as possible. Your efforts do not go unnoticed!
Please refer to the document below for more information.
The "tournament worker job exchange" Facebook site will be a way for MYHA volunteers to trade shifts for upcoming tournaments. Please list the job/date/time you're trying to swap and make sure that when the job is filled, you close it out by listing FILLED to reflect that it has filled.
Note: MYHA will not track trades made on this board. You are responsible for verifying your spot is filled!
The tournament workers schedule for the Dec. 28-30, Junior Gold tournament has been posted. With only the Jr Gold parents working this tournament, every parent is assigned 3-4 shifts. We also cuts shifts to minimize the workload for everyone.
The tournament workers schedule for the Jan. 4-6 girls' 15U A tournament has been posted. Nearly every parent from the girls' 15U A team was assigned three shifts, while those from the Rookie 5 and 6 teams were each assigned two shifts, with the exception of exempt team sponsors (no shifts) and parent coordinators (one shift each).
The tournament workers schedule for the Jan. 11-13 Pee Wee A tournament has been posted. Pee Wee parents are each assigned 2 shift as they worked during the Big Pumpkin Tournament. Rookie teams (3 and 4) each have 3. One lucky parent from each Rookie team got a 4th shift in order to get everything covered.