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Posted: Tuesday, September 29, 2009 12:00 am

GLADWIN - GAHA has a new ally this season with its “Learn-to-Play” hockey program. The 2009-2010 season will have substantial support from the Detroit Red Wings Foundation. GAHA is the recipient of one of only five grants awarded by the Detroit Red Wings Foundation. The “Learn-to-Play” program is for inexperienced players, ages 4-14 who would like to try hockey before deciding to join a team. There will be a fall and winter session, players may sign up for one or both. The fall session starts October 14th for boys/girls and October 12th for “Girls Only”. Each session will consist of 10 practices over a 9 week period. Girls have the choice of participating with the boys, or with the “Girls Only” Learn-To-Play hockey program. The GAHA Learn-to-Play program is the most affordable in the state at $50.00 per session with the use of hockey equipment included, made possible by the Detroit Red Wings Foundation. There will be equipment fittings on Oct. 4th from 2p.m. to 4p.m. and Oct. 8th from 4 p.m. to 6p.m.. Registration forms can be picked up at the Gladwin Community Arena, or you can request forms via email at: gladwin.hockey@yahoo.com

Every year more Gladwin area girls have been getting involved with hockey. Presently the Gladwin G-Force 16U is a team for girls ages 16 and under. With expanded participation, additional girl developmental house teams may be formed. Girl’s hockey is the fastest growing division of hockey in the state.

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