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More information to come in the New year



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We need YOU? Volunteers needed!

We are looking for volunteers to fill the following positions! We currently have the following positions vacant: Registrar, Treasurer, Referee in Chief,  Director of Fundraising, Director of Coaches & Player development & Director of Rep Teams.  All positions are open for applications. Information on each role is listed below and we would be happy to answer any questions you may have about joining us - please reach out to 

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(Endorsements can be anyone from our Membership)

 The Treasurer shall: 
1) be responsible for all the financial accounting of the HDMLA, 
2) sign all financial documents of the HDMLA, 
3) be responsible for the budget, 
4) be responsible for providing a detailed financial statement minimum of every 30 days as well as at each and every monthly executive meeting. If unable to attend meeting, a detailed statement is to be provided to the President for the meeting. 
5) Coordinate with Program Directors for collection of outstanding payments from player/members
Director - Fundraising & Sponsorship
The Director - Fundraising shall:
1) recommend to the executive an activity or activities for fund raising purposes.
2) be responsible for paperwork and reports required by the Town of Huntsville for all raffles and lotteries.
3) keep a full accurate account of receipts and disbursements. 
4)  co-ordinate the teams in their fundraising efforts for their home tournament.
5) be responsible for all aspects of sponsorship, including solicitation of Development and Rep Team Sponsors, as well as Tournament sponsors.
6) 2) distribute Appreciation Pictures/Plaques to all HDMLA sponsors.


Director – Player and Coach Development Box
The Director - Player/Coach Development shall:
1) develop and/or supply programs/manuals to train and assist coaches.
2) develop clinics and programs for all divisions
3) communication with the Referee-in-Chief and the Director of Development Programs on a regular basis.
4) shall be a member of the Coaching Selection Committee
5)  this position will work with the Director of Development Programs, for the running of the Try Lacrosse program the HDMLA runs in the wintertime
6) Conduct coaches exit interviews for all rep coaches
7) Coaches evaluations with the help of the Director of Rep teams to circulate to players and parents
Director – Rep Teams
The Director – Rep Teams shall:
1) be responsible for all aspects of the Association's Rep/Travel program, including booking provincial hotels.
2) shall be the liaison between the Rep/Travel Team Managers and the Board of Directors
3) shall not sit as a bench personnel unless majority vote at a General meeting.
4) have a meeting with the managers to review their duties
5) arrange the team photographs for the Association for the Rep programs
6) Coordinate collection of outstanding payments from rep players/members
7) deal with any concerns, complaints or comments from the membership
8) help organize the year end banquet
9) organize the year end medals
Referee in Chief /Referee Assignor (Non-Board Member)
The Referee-In-Chief shall: 
1) Assign timekeepers for all games 
2) Ensure that all home games have referees 
3) Be responsible for officials and courses and on-going instruction, education and upgrading of officials, in the case of only having a Referee Assignor, then this will fall to the Zone RIC
4) Have all games assigned to referees for the season one week prior to the season start and submit to the Director of Rep Box with the contact/phone numbers of the referees assigned.



....a change to rename the box lacrosse age categories to 16U, 14U, etc., was passed at the CLA’s annual meeting in November. It is the CLA’s intent to have the new age categories implemented for the start of the 2020 lacrosse season.

Borrow this book from HDMLA to learn more about lacrosse!

Lacrosse has been a central element of Indigenous cultures for centuries, but once non-Indigenous players entered the sport, it became a site of appropriation – then reclamation – of Indigenous identities. The Creator's Game focuses on the history of lacrosse in Indigenous communities from the 1860s to the 1990s, exploring Indigenous–non-Indigenous relations and Indigenous identity formation. While the game was being appropriated in the process of constructing a new identity for the nation-state of Canada, it was also being used by Indigenous peoples to resist residential school experiences, initiate pan-Indigenous political mobilization, and articulate Indigenous sovereignty. This engaging and innovative book provides a unique view of Indigenous self-determination and nationhood in the face of settler-colonialism.  


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The Objectives of the HDMLA are:

1) to promote, develop and govern minor lacrosse within the HDMLA Boundaries
2) promote the interest and participation in the sport of lacrosse
3) arrange tournaments and competitions and establish prizes, grants and awards
4) promote the principles of good sportsmanship
5) promote and enhance instructions, displays and exhibits of lacrosse skills

OMHA Article

An article from this year that showcases why kids that specialize in one sport early on is a bad idea.

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