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Guidelines of the Stoughton Youth Hockey Association, inc.

Miscellaneous

  1. A Grievance Committee and/or Disciplinary Committee may be set up to resolve any disputes or issues of discipline within the club. This committee is to be made up of the President, DOHO, Secretary, Treasurer (if the matter involves finances), and the Age Level Director of the affected family. In all cases an  SYHA Incident Report must be filed with the SYHA board of directors. The incident report must be completed by the ALD representing the effected age group.
  2. The club will consider bidding on a state tournament to be held in Stoughton at least every other year.
  3. SYHA will host a minimum of two invitational tournaments each year. At the discretion of the Board, these tournaments may be operated either as a:
    1. Non-profit tournament with the philosophy that SYHA is helping the MCC with selling ice towards the end of the year. Guidelines for this type of tournament are as follows:
      1. A tournament director assigned for such tournament shall provide the Board with a pro-forma accounting of the tournament with anticipated team fee revenue, which would ensure that the club does not loose money.
      2. The host team will be allowed to seek a sponsor, conduct bake sales, chuck-a-puck, 50/50 raffles, etc. and use such proceeds to pay for their entry fee.
      3. A final accounting of the tournament income and expenses is required to be presented to the Board.
      4. The host team can use any excess money collected from such activities for a team party.
    2. Profit-making tournament with the philosophy that SYHA will use the tournament as a fundraiser. The Board will determine the target profit. Guidelines for this type of tournament are as follows:
      1. A tournament director assigned for such tournament shall provide the Board with a pro-forma accounting of the tournament with anticipated team fee revenue and/or other activities such as t-shirt sales, which would ensure that the club makes the target profit from the team fees and/or other activities such as t-shirt sales.
      2. The host team will be allowed to seek a sponsor, conduct bake sales, chuck-a-puck, 50/50 raffles, etc. and use such proceeds to pay for their entry fee.
      3. A final accounting of the tournament income and expenses is required to be presented to the Board.
      4. The host team can use any money in excess of the anticipated club profit for a team party.