Youth Development

Orono Hockey Boosters Inc

  • Long Lake, MN
  • www.oronohockey.org

Mission Statement

Orono Hockey Boosters provides a traveling hockey program for youth in the Orono community, including but not limited to students in the Orono Minnesota School District. We operate Advanced Development Model (ADM) programs for kids at the 4-9 year old level as well as traveling teams for boys at the A, B, and C levels for Squirts, PeeWees, and Bantams, and for girls at the U10, U12, and U14 levels. We also are committed to offering a program at other youth levels (Junior Gold) when the demand within our association justifies doing so. We operate under the terms of a Code of Conduct that is signed and acknowledged by all players, parents, and coaches each season.

Our philosophy is to promote the growth and development of players in a fun, fair, and safe environment that maximizes player participation and skill development at all levels while also developing sportsmanship, teamwork, and self-confidence.

We believe that participation in youth hockey should lead to building of personal self-esteem, self-discipline, social skills, and respect for others.

We are committed to evaluating our programs on an ongoing basis to ensure that we are serving our memberships' needs, developing our players at all skill levels, and providing a positive experience for our youth.

Service Areas

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Minnesota

The Orono Youth Hockey association offers a youth hockey program from Mites to Jr. Gold for those that live or go to school in the Orono school district.

ruling year

1975

President

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Pete Eckerline

Vice President

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Cory Effertz

Keywords

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Youth Hockey

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EIN

23-7424401

 Number

0377195328

Physical Address

1025 Old Crystal Bay Rd N

Long Lake, 55356

Also Known As

Orono Youth Hockey Association

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Youth Development Programs (O50)

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Service Areas

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Minnesota

The Orono Youth Hockey association offers a youth hockey program from Mites to Jr. Gold for those that live or go to school in the Orono school district.

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President

Pete Eckerline

Vice President

Cory Effertz

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Pete Eckerline

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