Come be entertained and amazed by Rebecca Anne LoCicero (Psychic Medium and author of 'Living With Messages From Heaven') as she delivers loving messages from beyond. Her delightful mix of humor, warmth and caring is the perfect recipe for a fun night out! You may have seen her at the Funny Bone or heard her on the radio...she is very entertaining and extremely specific with details. Come as a believer, or someone who just wants a fun night out! She's pretty amazing! Come and judge for yourself!
To reserve your spot just email‚
‚ and specify how many seats you want to reserve. Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 at the door. Doors open‚ at 6:30pm, proceeds to benefit South Windsor Youth Hockey Association. Hope to see you there! (18 and older, please)
We're trying something different this week. The Head Coaches have been asked to forward to me information about any of their players from this past weekend who have set an example with attitude and effort, either on the ice or off of the ice, at games or practice. So instead of focusing on the "wins" this week, here are the individuals who have been recognized this week by their Head Coaches. Congratulations to them!!!
Jack O'Connor was a spark plug of energy setting an example in both games this weekend for all-out effort.
Kyle Dunn was also recognized for being a one-man wrecking machine, both physical and clean, both offense and defense.
Hailey Gomez was also recognized for bringing superb focus as a goalie, stopping over 30 shots in their Sunday game.
Pee Wee A
Walter Willoughby was recognized as playing one of his best games ever. As a defenseman, he showed his team that when your team has the puck, all five skaters are on offense and should contribute to the scoring effort, from smart play in the defensive zone, effective breakout passes, jumping into scoring opportunities and even creating scoring opportunities.
Aiden Christensen, starting goalie, provided help at practice to younger goalies while also focusing on his own development. In the games this weekend, Aiden provided a boost with big saves and solid netminding.
Advanced Learn to Play
Jameson Fisher has been demonstrating hard work on his backward crossovers.
Peyton Clark has worked very hard and demonstrated a very big improvement on his backward skating.
Paul Zirbel has impressed his Head Coach with hard work on impressive stickhandling skills.
2. Upcoming Events
There are two big fundraising events coming up that should be mentioned.
First, South Windsor Youth Hockey Association is having a fundraiser on Friday, February 9th. There will be a Psychic providing the entertainment. Please remember that SWYHA needs to raise money to help pay the bills and try to make playing hockey more affordable. We need YOUR help to attend and hopefully bring family or friends from outside of SWYHA. This will be a fun event that will make us some money if we can have a solid turnout. Information and details are on our website, http://swhockey.com/.
Second, the South Windsor High School Bobcats hockey team is hosting a pasta dinner fundraiser on January 26th. It's a great opportunity to have an inexpensive meal and support your local high school hockey players. Further details are also on our website, http://swhockey.com/.
Please remember that the various fundraisers are important for the various teams. They are fun to attend, fairly inexpensive and a great way to support hockey.
Reminder that we are currently accepting nominations for next year's Executive Board and Board of Directors. All nominations should be sent by email to the Association's Secretary, Brooke Trombley, at
Executive Board - We are accepting nominations for Vice President and Treasurer. Nominations will be accepted up until Tuesday, February 6th.
Board of Directors - We are accepting nominations for the Board with nominations being accepted up until March 6th.
Voting on all nominations will take place at the monthly Board Meeting on March 6th, 7:30 pm, at Nomad's. All Associations families have one vote.