The Fox Valley Youth Hockey Association (FVYHA)'s mission is to give youth ages 4 to 15 the opportunity to develop character, sportsmanship and teamwork skills through the sport of hockey. FVYHA is Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association (WAHA) Division II (Region 3) certified. The Association offers instructional and competitive hockey opportunities for students in Neenah, Menasha, Hortonville (Greenville is in the Hortonville District), and Shiocton School Districts. FVYHA also supports students in Winneconne, an open district.
We hope you and your skaters had a great season and we look to see you back next season!
Congratulations to all of our teams on a successful season!
And a very special note of appreciation to all of the members who helped administer the association, recruit and retain skaters and coach and manage the teams throughout the season. We are a 100% volunteer association. You are the reason for our continued success!
Please keep our mission in mind as you consider next year. We give kids ages 4 to 15 the opportunity to develop character, sportsmanship and teamwork skills through the sport of hockey. We lead by example when we focus on the kids vs winning games. Never lose perspective.
Have a wonderful off-season!
- FVYHA Board of Directors
SCHEELS is offering Fox Valley Youth Hockey Association an exclusive shop event during the month of March. This is a great opportunity for players to get ready for Spring/Summer hockey and save a little money. Also a great opportunity for those turning in rental gear and interested in investing in their own equipment.
Present the flyer below to any cashier to receive great savings on hockey equipment purchased or special ordered from Appleton SCHEELS.
Photos are ready! Families can go to www.jgoniaphotography.com/shop/fvyha to view the photos and place their orders.
Please note: On the order confirmation page there is a form to fill out if you’ve ordered memory mates or hockey cards that gathers the information needed to complete those orders. Please be sure that is completed at the time of order.
Also, the Annual Program is now available at TCIA!
The FVYHA would like to extend a special note of appreciation to the Fox Crossing Police Department
for your support and all that you do to protect and serve our families!
Our hockey program follows the principles of USA Hockey's American Development Model (ADM) to develop each player in a positive and proactive environment for learning.
Our programs include a free “learn to skate” program focusing on teaching the basics of hockey skating for ages 4 and above, a Mite cross-ice program for the U6 and U8 skater, and competitive travel hockey teams at the Squirt (U10), Peewee (U12), and Bantam (U14) levels.
Ever wonder what it takes to run your skater's youth hockey association?
Until I volunteered to be President, I never realized the time and dedication my fellow parents put into running this association for my son and me. I always understood the incredible benefit that we both enjoyed. However, I never realized the effort of my peers to make it happen.
During the season, I developed the attached Annual Operations Calendar. It was created mostly for our board and coaches; however, I think you might find it informative on what our amazing volunteers do to ensure a positive experience for the children and efficient process for the parents.
We are a 100% volunteer association and we love all of our skaters and parents. Please consider helping next season. Contact anyone on the board if you're interested in assisting in our operational efforts.
Jeff Holecko, President
FVYHA is a coed organization - girls and boys play hockey together. There is a girls only organization available in the Fox Valley associated with the Appleton Area Hockey Association (AAHA) called the "Freeze." Contact the Freeze for more information on girls only hockey.
Learn to skate programs are offered by Appleton Ice throughout the spring and summer - see their website for more information. They have classes for kids and adults so Mom and Dad can jump on the ice and learn too. For complete information go to: www.appletonice.org and click on the Learn to Skate tab located on the top menu.
Reserve ice for your group by calling (920) 830-7679 for available dates & times or go to www.appletonice.org; or search for the direct contact at http://www.appletonice.org/page/show/670216 to reserve a party room, confirm locker room assignments, etc.
Use this link to access the volunteer page on the Appleton Ice website.
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