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      COVID-19 FACILITY USE GUIDELINES AND PROCEDURES

      Click link below for important information regarding facility use and procedures. 

      Skaters should come to the facility dressed, with the exception of skates. Participants will be let in the rink 10 minutes prior to scheduled session start time. 



      REGISTRATION FOR THE 2020-2021 SEASON IS OPEN!


      Try Hockey for Free & New Skater Information



      SOMERSET YOUTH HOCKEY WAIVER OF LIABILITY

      The Waiver of Liability and Indemnity Agreement can be found at the link below. This must be completed prior to your skater participating in any programs at the rink. 



      2020 Christmas Cash Raffle Winners

      Trellany Steinlicht     $500

      Randy Potting           $500

      Kurtz                       $250

      Joe Guimout            $250

      Bri Defoe                 $250

      Blaine Schmit           $250

      Beau Parnell             $150

      Mike Peterson           $150

      Shannon Gilkerson    $100

      Siskow                     $100

       

      Winners can collect their prize from concessions.  If concessions are not open, please contact team manager or Dan Gilkerson to arrange pick up.


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      Our Address

      PO Box 385

      529 Main Street

      Somerset, WI 

      715-247-4445

       




      SOMERSET YOUTH HOCKEY ASSOCIATION (SYHA)

       

      The goal of the Somerset Youth Hockey Association is to provide the best possible environment for the enjoyment of youth hockey by all involved – skaters, parents, and coaches. The club is dedicated to the development of the basic skills and fundamentals of playing hockey.

       

      Since 1979, SYHA has been providing local youth with the opportunity to play hockey. It all started with a simple flier placed in a local gas station, seeking out kids who wanted to learn and play the game. 

      The early days were spent playing and practicing on outdoor rinks, with dedicated parents watching, cheering and coaching their kids through every win, and every defeat. Successes were measured not only in goals, but in the growth of the program, and more importantly -- the individual character development of each child. 

      The Association has seen many changes over the years, but our commitment to developing disciplined leaders, who operate with integrity on and off the ice, continues to be the focal point of our program.