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Welcome to the new and improved website of the Chippewa Youth Hockey Association (CYHA), home of the Chippewa Thunder! Our mission is to provide the youth of Chippewa County with quality programs for ice skating related activities. We support teamwork and cooperation through mutual respect, sharing of skills, knowledge and responsibilities.


The CYHA Summer Development Program will begin the week of June 6, 2016. Program Details and Schedule are below.


Sani Sport Solutions

The Sani Sport cleansing process is a simple one, the entirety of which takes six-teen minutes. After placing the gear into the machine, ozone and air circulate throughout the chamber. This is then followed by an automated spray which helps protect the equipment and eliminate any residual ozone left behind. No water or chemicals are contained in the treatment. Our process removes harmful bacteria and odors while not compromising the quality of the sporting equipment. The bacteria and odors caused by perspiration are significantly reduced from the sports gear with the 16 minute Sani Sport process.

 

Cost is $35 per set of gear and $ 50 for Goalie gear.

 

Contact Tony Pilgrim at Sani Sport Solutions

 for more information. 

715-559-8744

info@sanisportsolutions.com




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GOAL Registration

The Chippewa Youth Hockey Association would like to offer your child the opportunity to learn to skate and play hockey at a minimum cost to you. Now in our 11th season, the G.O.A.L program teaches boys and girls age 4 -8 how to skate and play hockey. We include 4 lessons, free use of skates and protective gear with deposit and a souvenir hockey stick.  


Summer Facilities Manager Opening

After careful consideration, the CYHA Board of Directors has approved to continue the hiring of a Summer Facilities Manager on a part-time independent contractual basis during the off-season. The position will commence on May 1, 2016 (or when offer is accepted) and conclude on September 30, 2016. The Summer Facilities Manager will be responsible for ice and facilities/equipment maintenance. This position will be approximately 4-6 hours per week.

Click here for more information and to apply.