For Immediate Release
Contact: Mary M. Russell, Marketing Coordinator
Culture, Parks, and Recreation Department
Subject: GREELEY ICE HAUS MINI MITES TO PLAY AT PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY GAMES
The City of Greeley’s Culture, Parks, and Recreation Department is proud to announce that their Youth Hockey Teams will be performing at two professional hockey games this season. The Greeley Youth Recreational Hockey League will perform at the first intermission of the Colorado Avalanche game on March 27 and the during a Colorado Eagles game on April 9. This is a fabulous opportunity for the players to experience the excitement of a professional hockey game and to show off their talents to spectators.
The Ice Haus has two levels of Recreational Hockey – both Mini-Mites and Squirt/Pee-Wee divisions, depending on a player’s age level. Currently they have over 60 kids enrolled in the program. Each season is typically 7-weeks with practices once a week and games held on Sundays. Coaches teach the fundamentals of the game, team play and sportsmanship. Boys and girls as young as 4 years old can learn the sport through their ice hockey program.
The Ice Haus is currently registering for their next session which begins the week of April 21. The fee is only $53 for residents and $63 for non-residents. They even offer rental equipment for $75 (refundable) for those that would like to try the sport, but don’t want to invest in equipment up front. Registration is available online at www.greeleyicehaus.com
or in person at the Ice Haus at 900 8th Avenue. For more information call 90.350.9402.