2023 WMHA Annual General Meeting, News (Windsor Minor Hockey Association)

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Feb 10, 2023 | admin | 1762 views
2023 WMHA Annual General Meeting
The 2022 Windsor Minor Hockey Annual General Meeting will be held at Central Park Athletics in the "Yoga Studio" on Sunday April 16th, 2022 at 1:00pm.  The yoga studio is located through the fitness center which is at the end of the upstairs hallway overlooking the pickleball courts (where the AGM was held last year)

WMHA parents (two per player), volunteers and players 18 and up are eligible to vote.  Please read on for a list of positions up for election and nomination forms

Any proposed amendments to the WMHA By-laws must be delivered, in writing, to the WMHA Secretary signed by a member in good standing no less than thirty (30) days prior to the AGM.  Any proposed by-law amendments shall be posted seven (7) days prior to the AGM.

The following Directors positions are up for election this year.  Other positions may become vacant following elections if current directors are elected to new positions.  Some positions are appointed by a committee for competency and noted below.  Please review the WMHA By-laws for more information

Elections will take place at the Annual General Meeting of the Membership.  Nomination forms must be completed fifteen (15) days prior to the AGM, the form will close on March 22, 2023

*Eligibility to run for President or Executive Vice President: a candidate must have served on the Board of Directors for at least two (2) years immediately prior to election

VP of House Major
VP of House Minor
Treasurer (appointed)
Registrar/OMHA Rep
Director of Coaching (appointed)
Director of Travel
Ice Scheduler (appointed)
Director of U7
Director of Equipment

If there are other positions of interest, candidates are encouraged to apply in the case of a current director not at the end of a term running for another position

Please complete the nomination form HERE
Club 240
Founded by the late Jimmy Hogan, inductee into the Windsor-Essex County Sports Hall of Fame in 1999. Club 240 had its beginnings in 1960, when Jimmy’s kids started playing outdoor hockey at Memorial Park. At that time the only league operating indoors was Midget; the outdoor season was limited to only 7 or 8 games, as the city didn’t allow teams to go beyond the league into the Ontario Minor Hockey Association playdowns (OMHA).