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The Board of Directors of the Medicine Hat Soccer Association have recognized Jim Loughlin for his 10 years of Dedication and Leadership to "The Beautiful Game".
THANK YOU JIM!
MHSA Board of Directors
Jim Loughlin, Peter Hicks
Please submit nomination forms to the office or email email@example.com by March 31, 2014.
March 3, 2014
The MHSA Board of Directors met on March 2, 2014 at the Medicine Hat College.
Board Members in attendance were:
The Board has appointed Theresa Hardiker as interim President and Dawn Lake as interim Vice-President. The interim period will be until a general meeting of the membership can be called to fill both of these positions and remaining vacant positions. It is our intention that a Special General Meeting will be called as soon as possible. The date will be confirmed at the Board Meeting on March 3, 2014.
The MHSA would like to thank Ole Jacobsen, President of the Alberta Soccer Association, for attending and providing guidance during this meeting.
These appointments are made to ensure that the MHSA can function appropriately and ensure that players, parents, and coaches have confidence in the Board’s ability to fulfill its obligations for the remainder of the Indoor Season and the beginning of the Outdoor Season.
The Board of Directors would like to thank Theresa and Dawn for stepping forward during this transitional period.
February 25th, 2014
TO ALL MEMBERS:
"When you feel like giving up, remember why you held on for so long in the first place." ~ Unknown
Over the past month and a half the former elected Board of the Medicine Hat Soccer Association underwent drastic changes which started with the resignation of our District Head Coach, Jim Loughlin. Jim is a valuable member of our team and his resignation was a tough one. During the exit interview with Jim, our Board received invaluable feedback and much needed critiquing. One of the large issues Jim identified was dysfunction in our leadership.
After a lot of uncomfortable discussions, our Board saw the resignation of Board Members that chose to move on. The dire circumstances before us led the remaining Board Members to reach out to our leadership at the Alberta Soccer Association regarding options. ASA has been an invaluable resource for those Board Members who remain and this group has been diligently working on a go forward plan. We understand there are rumours and speculations as to what’s happening with our Association and we want to make sure you all are aware that we are committed to soccer in Medicine Hat.
Today we are pleased to announce to you that our Board is now being supported with a group of committed Soccer citizens from our community. We could not have done this without your support and the advice and guidance of ASA.
You will see many changes these next few months however our commitment to you is:
1) All advertised programs under the MHSA will run as scheduled
4) A strategic plan for the future
5) An immediate review of all MHSA By-Laws to ensure alignment with ASA, addressing any gaps regarding process, management of records and breaches of confidentiality.
We look forward to working with you over the next year bringing the "Beautiful Game" of soccer to the community of Medicine Hat.
MHSA Board of Directors
The success of the MHSA and the programs it offers depends on volunteers. All coaches and assistant coaches will receive the necessary training and support to help them be successful. Help make your child's soccer experience a positive one, volunteer!
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact the office at 403.529.6931 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your child was in the U4 Program and had their picture taken, they are now ready to be picked up at the office. Office hours are Monday-Friday 12:30-4:30pm.
The MHSA will create an environment that is safe and fun for all to enjoy the "Beautiful Game".
Each season, the MHSA will give the opportunity to play the game of soccer regardless of age, gender, or ability.
The MHSA will have a plan in place to enhance the development of all participants(parents, players, coaches, referees, volunteers, etc.) within the game of soccer by July 31, 2012.
The MHSA is located at 59 Tweed Ave NW. This is located in Crescent Heights just around the corner from the old Dairy Queen.
59 Tweed Ave NW
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The Medicine Hat Soccer Association (MHSA) has been in existence since 1971 and has grown into an organization with over 1300 boys and girls playing Outdoor Soccer and over 600 playing Indoor Soccer. In addition to the Minor Soccer Program, the MHSA has over 200 men and women playing in local competitive and recreational leagues.
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