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Please join us in welcoming the 2018/2019 Executive Board for the SDGHA. Elections for vacant positions were held Wednesday evening at our AGM at Countryside Arena. 
Some new members join us in their roles and many returning members are welcomed back to previous roles and new roles within the association. Thank you in advance for your countless hours of volunteer work for the association and our girls.

  • PRESIDENT - ROB DYER (ACCLAIMED)
    VICE PRESIDENT - IAN SYMINGTON (TERM NOT UP)
    TREASURER - GUY MAHAFFY (ACCLAIMED)
    SECRETARY - KATHY SVALINA-GROTTOLI (NEW MEMBER)
    REGISTRAR - CHARLENE AIKIA (ACCLAIMED)
    ICE CONVENOR - ROY LEVESQUE (NEW ROLE)
    PUBLIC RELATIONS - DEREK CASHMORE (ACCLAIMED)
    SLW PROGRAM DIRECTOR - MARK RONDINA (NEW ROLE)
    COACH/PLAYER DEV. - MARTY HANCOCK (ACCLAIMED)
    EQUIPMENT MANAGER - PAULA COULSON (ACCLAIMED)
    DIRECTOR AT LARGE - JODY KUZENKO (NEW MEMBER)
    DIRECTOR AT LARGE - JODI MACKINNON (NEW MEMBER)
    H/L PROGRAM DIRECTOR - JASON KING (NEW ROLE)
    TYKE DEV. DIRECTOR - SEAN GALLAGHER (NEW MEMBER)
    H/L NOVICE CONV - ANDREA PINEAU (NEW MEMBER)
    H/L ATOM CONV - KEVIN MILLER (ACCLAIMED)
    H/L PEEWEE CONV - LISA LABRECQUE (NEW MEMBER)
  • H/L BANTAM CONVENOR - VACANT
    H/L MIDGET CONVENOR - VACANT

    If anyone within the association is interested in filling the (2) vacant positions listed above, please contact us through email for further information. Please email Rob Dyer at
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