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Laura Stamm Power Skating, July 8-10, GCCC
    Laura Stamm Power Skating is hosting a weekend...
County Meeting 7/14/16
Please read the email below about an upcoming county meeting regarding...
Spring/Summer Hockey in New Mexico
  The New Mexico Warriors are offering a Spring Hockey...
MANDATORY USAH Requirements For Volunteers
Volunteer Requirements LAHA Adult Volunteer registration is open...
Laura Stamm Power Skating, July 8-10, GCCC



Laura Stamm Power Skating is hosting a weekend power skating clinic, July 8-10, in Santa Fe at the GCCC. 

Here is the schedule:

Santa Fe July 8-10, 2016 Group A
Group A: ages 7-10 Six Hours
Fri 5:30-7:30 pm Sat and Sun 9 am - 11 am
Santa Fe July 8-10, 2016 Group B
Group B: ages 11-Adult Six Hours
Fri 7:30-9:30 pm Sat and Sun 11 am - 1 pm


The cost is $209. 


by posted 06/29/2016
County Meeting 7/14/16

Please read the email below about an upcoming county meeting regarding development projects including the ice rink.

If you have questions please direct them to Kevin Brake, kbrake@lanl.gov


Subject: Recreation Projects 2017 Bond & Economic Development Projects Kickoff - Save the Date! 

Dear Stakeholder,


Please save the date of July 14, 2016 to participate in a kick-off meeting for the Recreation Projects 2017 Bond and Economic Development Projects scoping efforts.  These stakeholder sessions will be held in the County Council Chambers located in the Municipal Building, 1000 Central Avenue, Los Alamos, NM 87544.  Stakeholder sessions will be facilitated by Dekker/Perich/Sabatini (D/P/S), an interdisciplinary firm very experienced in the planning and design of quality of life projects.  Please extend this invitation to your members, associates, neighbors, and friends so that they can also attend during the project sessions that are relevant to them, as listed in the schedule below, and/or participate during the day’s wrap-up discussion or the regularly scheduled Parks & Recreation Board meeting. The PRB meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. and will have as its main topic the project scoping and the collaborative outcomes of these earlier stakeholder sessions.


8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.            Golf Course Renovations/Open Space


9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.          Ballfields/Tennis Courts


11:00 a.m.  – 12:00 p.m.       Ice Rinks/Recreation Programs


1:00 p.m.  – 2:30 p.m.           Leisure Pool/Splash Pads


2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.            Indoor Multi-Use Recreation Center


4:15 p.m.  – 5:15 p.m.           Wrap-up Discussion


5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.            Regularly Scheduled Parks and Recreation Board Meeting


Please be advised that your contact information will be shared with the consulting firm D/P/S, as they will be developing a Public Information and Involvement Plan (PIIP) for the projects, as well as scheduling the next series of meetings with all stakeholders.  At the meeting you will learn more about the over-arching public outreach activities and how you can stay connected through a variety of means.


Thank you in advance for your participation and we look forward to seeing you at the meeting.



Kirsten Bell

Management Analyst

Community Services Division

Office: 505.662.8241

by posted 06/29/2016
Spring/Summer Hockey in New Mexico

The New Mexico Warriors are offering a Spring Hockey program.  Warrior Spring hockey includes a MITE group for the first time. They already have a great group of MITES signed up, but there is space available for more!  Spring Hockey is a 5 weekend clinic aimed at player development both on and off the ice. Spring Hockey is a great way to become familiar with Warrior Hockey and to get to know their professional coaching staff who have played the game at Professional and Collegiate levels.  Registration is open at http://www.nmwarriorshockey.com/page/show/1166764-spring-hockey​ 


ProAmbitions Hockey will be returning to the GCCC this summer for a week long camp in June.  Link to flyer.


The New Mexico Warriors are also offering a five-day camp in July at the Santa Ana Star Event Center.  This camp is a great value and it is run and instructed by former professional hockey players.  Link to flyer.


by posted 04/12/2016
MANDATORY USAH Requirements For Volunteers

Volunteer Requirements

LAHA Adult Volunteer registration is open and ready for the 2015-16 season- volunteers must register- it's free.

USAH requires volunteers to have a background screening as well as SafeSport Training (takes about 2 hrs.) prior to any volunteer activity.

These are mandatory, and are good for two years. If you completed a SafeSport training two years ago, then you only need to complete the refresher course this year (not as long as initial training).

If you are someone who falls with in the listed positions below, please complete these items ASAP.

PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE POST- there are links and instructions you must follow.

Per the USA Hockey Safe Sport Program Handbook those who need to be screened include:

1. Members of the LAHA Board of Directors

2. Local program administrators

3. Coaches

4. Team managers

5. Officials (over 18)

6. Locker room monitors

7. Team drivers (unless professional transportation companies are used)

8. Travel chaperones

9. Anyone with regular, routine or frequent access to youth participants

We may require that additional persons be screened.


Please check to see if your name appears on the "Good To Go" list first. http://www.newmexicohockey.org/page/show/829216-good-to-go

Screenings are good for 2 years, and you may have been cleared for this season already from a previous screening. Only proceed if your name doesn't appear on the list or if it is in RED.

Screenings cost a considerable amount of money, please only do them every two years.

If your name doesn't appear, please proceed to the link below, this part is very quick.

The website is: https://loeaha.volunteerportal.net/    password: hockeyiscool‚Äč

Please remember, the background screenings can take 2 - 4 business days, and then have to be manually entered on the LOEAHA site. Therefore, should you not see your name on the list after 4 days, please email me directly before running another unnecessary screening.


This part takes a couple of hours, but is required. Remember, you do the initial training with a subsequent 'refresher' course every two years.

First, you must register as coach, referee, or volunteer on the USAH website, a membership number is required for the training. https://www.usahockeyregistration.com/login_input.action

Once registration has been completed, then please proceed to the SafeSport training page.


When you have completed your training, you will need to email me a copy of your training certificate that you are issued.

It is required that I retain a copy for our records. This needs to be completed ASAP, before attending any practices, or LAHA events, so that we remain compliant.  

Please feel free to email me with ANY questions.


Thank you for your cooperation and for volunteering!!!

Sonya Ortiz

LAHA SafeSport Coordinator

LOEAHA Risk Manager



by posted 09/01/2015
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