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Annual Meeting and Year End Banquet
Now that the on-ice hockey season is officially over, it is time...
WAHA Concussion Policy
When we are at the rink and our skaters take a fall or a check, we...
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by posted 03/23/2015
Annual Meeting and Year End Banquet

Now that the on-ice hockey season is officially over, it is time to wrap the Patriots 30th year.  We will be holding our Association's Annual Member meeting will be held at Turner Hall in Madison on Sunday April 12th at 4:00.  During the annual meeting, the board will be providing a financial update of the organization and the membership will be voting for the next set of Board Members (5).  If you are interested running for a board position, please provide a brief statement on why you want to be on the board to Heath at .  If you are not sure, nominations can still be made at the meeting.  We have arranged for open gym from 4:00 to 5:00 during the Annual meeting. 

The banquet will follow the meeting at 5:30 and it will be a "picnic' style buffet consisting of hamburgers, hot dogs and brats.  The food will be catered by Hy-Vee this year.  The cost to attend the banquet is $10 person, kids included.  There will be free lemonade and a cash bar for soda and drinks.

As with the past several years, we have put together a slide show of the skaters to be displayed during the meal.  If you have any pictures you want provide for the show, please email them to .

This year we are having online registration via the Patriots website.  Please click the registration button on the right column to register.  You will be asked how many, and what are their desired meat item.  We are also looking for several volunteers to help set-up and clean up after dinner.

Registration for this year's Annual Meeting and Banquet will be done electronically this year.  Here are the directions to register:

  1. Access the Patriots' website
  2. Click on “BANQUET REGISTRATION” under the LINKS area on the right hand side of the website.
  3. This will take you to the same page used for fall registration for hockey. Scroll to the bottom of this page and you will find a section for the Year End Banquet.
  5. You will see a screen stating registration is restricted to participants born after 1900, click “CONTINUE”.
  6. You will need to sign into the Patriots website to proceed. Use your username and password that you used to register for hockey.
  7. Click on one of the names that are listed in your account.
  8. Answer the questions related to the banquet.
  9. Click “SUBMIT”

For more information, contact banquet committee members, or .

See you on Sunday April the 12th.

Patriots Youth Hockey Board

by posted 03/23/2015
WAHA Concussion Policy

When we are at the rink and our skaters take a fall or a check, we have coaches to keep an eye on them, but at home it is a different story.  Concussions are a serious issue and need to be dealt with the upmost caution.  Here is a link to the WAHA concussion policy. 

A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury that interferes with normal function of the brain. All concussions are brain injuries.

A concussion can be caused by blow to the head or even a blow to the body alone. The force moves or twists the brain in the skull. It is important to know that loss of consciousness is not required to have a concussion. In fact, less than 10% of athletes lose consciousness. A concussion is a very complex physiologic event that causes a problem with brain function not brain structure. Therefore, CT/CAT scan and MRI are usually normal in athletes with concussion. Imaging studies may be needed to rule out brain bleeds, but are not indicated in all head concussions.

Even what appears to be a mild blow to the head or body can cause the brain to suddenly shift or move. This motion can injure and damage brain cells. Research has shown that this damage may take up to 2 weeks to heal, but it can take longer.

Concussion affects people in four areas of function:

  1. Physical – This describes how they feel: headache, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, tired and loss of consciousness (which is uncommon in concussion).
  2. Thinking – Poor memory and concentration, responds to questions more slowly and asks repetitive questions. Concussion can cause an altered state of awareness and thinking.
  3. Emotions - A concussion can make a person more irritable or sad and cause mood swings.
  4. Sleep – Concussions frequently cause trouble falling asleep and may wake athletes up overnight, which can make them more fatigued throughout the day.

WAHA Concussion Information

by posted 01/19/2015
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