JDFMHA offers yearly awards for:
An exceptional member of the JDFMHA community (parent, coach, managers, executive member, etc.) having selflessly dedicated their time, enthusiasm and abilities to help provide a positive environment for children through the sport of hockey
1 x Recreation - Initiation & Atom Divisions
1 x Recreation - Peewee to Midget (including female) Divisions
1 x Representative Division
The official who has shown the most improvement within the officiating program.
The official who has demonstrated above and beyond dedication to the officiating program.
A player who shows dedication, good sportsmanship and the love/passion for hockey. A player who supports their team, respects their coaches and teammates on and off the ice.
The Unsung Hero Award recognizes an outstanding player/volunteer/official/parent who has positively influenced the program from behind the scenes with a positive attitude, a willingness to help in whatever capacity necessary, and a commitment to creating a better experience for everyone around them.
This annual award focuses on the essence of what Debbie embodied. It is about a particular volunteer, player, or team who has displayed a commitment to our community, someone who works tirelessly in whatever role or aspect of the JDFMHA community they aspire to. This could be a referee or linesman, someone that sits in for the time clock game in/game out, a fundraiser, a coach or manager that goes the extra mile, an arena employee, and a divisional manager that puts in endless hours. These are but a few examples of the type of person that would be given this award.
This award will be given to a 3rd year Midget player who during his/her playing time with JDFMHA has shown good sportsmanship, attitude and enthusiasm. This recipient has also contributed over the years with JDFMHA in other ways such as reffing, participates in other sports or volunteers within the community. Recipients of this award also receive a $300 Bursary.
Scholarships will be awarded to JdF Minor Hockey Association (JdFMHA) registered members who apply and who best combine the qualifications set hereunder. The officers will determine the number and the amount of the scholarships each year. JdFMHA wants to give recognition to their members who develop their academic or vocational career aspirations, with a plan to continue through their career goal, at the same time nourishing their interest in hockey.
HOW TO APPLY
Complete and submit the following:
Send completed additional information for the application to firstname.lastname@example.org or via mail at:
Juan de Fuca Minor Hockey Association
1767 Island Highway
Victoria, BC V9B 1J1
DATE OF SUBMISSION
Applications need to be received by June 29th of the season just completed to be considered for an award.
A selection committee from JdFMHA Executive will review all applications.
JDF Minor Hockey Scholarships will be made available to the successful applicants after proof has been received that they are attending a Post Secondary Institution of their choice. All cheques will be payable to the successful applicant. JdF Minor Hockey Scholarship winners may defer receipt of their awards for a period no longer than one academic year, however, deferment requests must be submitted in writing and include an explanation.
INQUIRIES: Please send any questions regarding JdFMHA Scholarships to:
PLEASE NOTE: All applications and supporting letters become the property of the JdFMHA.