Regional Medical Imaging is proud to partner with the Trenton Jr. Trojans hockey team! Join us for skating strides against cancer on Saturday, October 13th. RMI will be providing a bus to the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk that will leave Kennedy at 7:30am. Each participate will receive a t-shirt. The cost to participate is free. We only ask that if you are able to please make a donation to the American Cancer Society. There will be a picnic at Elizabeth Park with food and games for all participants following the event. The registration deadline is September 20th if you would like to join our team! You can sign up by going to the following link: surveymonkey.com/r/F5YWNWM
The Original Hockey Town... Hometown Trenton, Michigan!
The mission of the THA is to provide a fun positive experience that motivates, inspires and encourages athletic participation through skill development, quality coaching and fairness. The THA will provide a positive atmosphere that builds confidence, commitment, discipline, sportsmanship, teamwork and laughter while promoting a passion for the game.
Trenton Hockey - where fun and camaraderie are as important as competitiveness!
Trenton Hockey Association is continuing its tradition of keeping the cost of hockey low. Our learn to skate program (Timbits) and our learn to play hockey program (Beginners) will be starting up for the season. There is still plenty of space for more boys and girls. The cost of each program is only our association registration - $140 - no other ice time fees. The programs go from mid - September until mid-March. For Timbits, your child will skate 1 time per week. For Beginners, your child will skate 2 times per week.
We will host parent meetings with Saturday to go over expectations for the season, etc in the upstairs meeting room at Kennedy Recreation Center in Trenton. Beginners meet at 9am and Timbits meet at 10am.
The first skate for the Beginners is on Thursday September 13 at 5:20pm and the 1st skate for the Timbits is on Saturday September 15 at 9:50am.
SportsEngine Help Topics for Parents
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Here is your quick start guide to creating an account and using the SportsEngine platform as an athlete or parent.
Creating a SportsEngine account is the first step to taking advantage of SportsEngine.
To make sure that you are receiving the messages that you want where you want them, it's a good idea to keep your email, phone, and notification preferences up to date.
Phone Once you've created your account, add your mobile phone so you can receive text messages from your team manager or coach.
Now that you have your mobile phone on your account, make sure you enable text messaging.
Are you a family friend, grandparent or fan that wants to follow a specific team on the SportsEngine platform? Here is a quick guide to follow teams on the mobile app.
Do you need a second parent, other family member or nanny to get messages about schedule changes or game times? Add a second email address to forward all communications.
Family members of an athlete can be added as Guardians, allowing them to be involved in the athlete's sports life without being the primary SportsEngine account owner. A guardian can view the team schedule, RSVP to games and events, message team members, and edit the athlete's profile.
Do you want to start a chat with your team? Follow these instructions on how to start a chat or respond in the mobile app.
Coaches and team managers need to know if you are going to able to attend a game or practice. You can easily RSVP using the mobile application.
You can subscribe to a calendar if you have calendar software that accepts the iCalendar format.
Is your team using SportsEngine Team Management to manage RSVPs, schedules and communication? This is a quick how-to guide for parents and athletes.
The University of Michigan Men's Hockey team is offering THA teams a chance to participate in an intermission shootout. Teams must purchase 40 tickets. For more information please contact:
Daniel Kantor | Ticket Sales Associate
University of Michigan Athletic Department | Stephen M. Ross Athletic Campus
1000 South State Street | Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2201
MGoBlue.com | Phone: (734) 647-3677
Happy New Year to everyone.
Most of us have old hockey equipment lying around the house collecting dust. We used to be able to get rid of the equipment during the Trenton Hockey Association annual equipment swap meet. As everyone became busier, the equipment swap meet fell by the wayside. But now, we have created a way for you to sell your old gear, and help other families reduce their cost of hockey.
We have created the THA Parent to Parent Used Equipment Sale Facebook Group. This group will allow you to post pictures, information and your contact information on Facebook in order to connect you with other THA Members looking for hockey equipment. This group is open to the public for now.
Please only post your used hockey equipment for sale. We recommend that you post as many details as possible about the equipment you are selling, as well as at least one picture of the item. Also, please either remove the item or mark it sold once it sells.
One of the overarching goals of the THA Board is to try to reduce the cost of hockey for our members. This is another initiative helping us achieve this goal.