Photo Day Form Pickup
Photo envelopes are available for pickup in the cafeteria/rec arena from 7:30 – 8:30 pm Friday, April 29th. If managers could come pick up or have someone pick up for you. The schedule will be out shortly.
Photo Day is Saturday, May 14th.
Posted on Friday, April 29, 2016
Stealth Final Regular Season Game
STEALTH GIVE BACK TO FANS AND BCLA FOR FINAL REGULAR SEASON HOME GAME THIS SATURDAY
WATKINS & URBAN TO DONATE $10,000 TO LACROSSE ON THE MOVE FUND PENDING SELL OUT
Vancouver, BC (Tuesday, April 19, 2016) – The Vancouver Stealth announced today that Stealth Owner Denise Watkins and Saskatchewan Rush Owner Bruce Urban will donate $5,000 each ($10,000 total) towards the Lacrosse on the Move Fund pending a sell out on Saturday (April 23) night for the Stealth and Rush game. Lacrosse on the Move is a fund that was set up in partnership between the Vancouver Stealth and the British Columbia Lacrosse Association (BCLA) to raise money for grants for teams travelling to provincials and provincial athletes travelling to nationals. In addition, all kids wearing their jerseys to the game will receive free admission (with a paid adult).
“Supporting Lacrosse in British Columbia is always a high priority with the Stealth, as the funds go directly towards growing the game and future stars of the NLL. We are very grateful for Bruce Urban’s donation on behalf of the Rush franchise, and I hope we both have to write a cheque come Saturday night,” said Stealth owner Denise Watkins.
“BC is a hot bed for future NLL athletes. Having the Stealth play out of Langley gives Vancouver and its surrounding areas access to the one of the greatest sports in the world. It's extremely important for the lacrosse community in each NLL market to really rally behind their professional team because together, we can take the sport to new heights. I am pleased to make a financial contribution to the British Columbia Lacrosse Association in the event the Stealth are able to sell out their final regular season home game this weekend. The future looks bright for Minor Lacrosse development across the country,” said Bruce Urban, Saskatchewan Rush Owner.
With it being the last regular season home game for the Stealth, the team is giving back to their fans with a ‘Fan Appreciation’ night promotion, which includes:
- All kids wearing their jerseys to the game will get in free (with a paid adult).
- Over $3,500 worth of gift cards to be given away throughout the night from: Cactus Club Café, G&F Financial, Super Save Gas, Tim Hortons, and Town Hall Public House.
- Stealth game-worn and replica jerseys to be handed out to lucky fans.
- Fans who have tickets to the Stealth game also receive free admission into the Langley Food & Wine Show happening this Saturday and Sunday (April 23 & 24) at the Langley Events Centre.
Darcy Rhodes | High Performance Sport and Academy Supervisor
Ten Feet Sports and Entertainment Ltd | Langley Events Centre
7888 200 Street, Langley, BC V2Y 3J4
Direct Line: 604.455.8885
Cell Phone: 604.880.4676
What’s On at the LEC
Upcoming Events at the LEC
Posted on Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Goalies Give Back
This past weekend, Thomas U came out and helped coach some of our newer goalies.
Posted on Tuesday, April 19, 2016
The BC Lacrosse Association, in partnership with viaSport and the Sports with Balls group, would like to invite you, on a first-come-first-serve basis (space is limited), to take part in a (face-to-face) session led by Dr. Shelina Babul called "Concussions: An Invisible Epidemic and the Need to Standardize Care" on Thursday, April 28th at 6:30 PM at Fortius (3713 Kensington Avenue, Burnaby). There is no cost to attend this session. Please let me know if you'd like to attend in person and I'll put you on the list - firstname.lastname@example.org.Dr. Shelina Babul, Associate Director and Sports Injury Specialist at the BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit, has led the development of the Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT). This free online resource (www.cattonline.com) currently includes toolkits for medical professionals; and for parents, players and coaches. Another toolkit, for school professionals, has also recently been released.Dr. Babul is planning to conduct a one-hour focused concussion education seminar with a brief background on concussions, highlight key points, what's happening in sports, current research, policy and practice, and then walk through the concussion awareness training tool (CATT) to standardize practice among various audiences. We will end with a question and answer period.We are recording this webinar so that others will have access to this information by webcast during the session and it will available for viewing on the viaSport website afterward. To access the webinar session, you can log in on Thursday, April 28th at 6:30 PM -https://www.viasport.ca/events/webinar-concussions-invisible-epidemic
Posted on Friday, April 15, 2016
Anthem Singer Needed
Coquitlam Intermediate A is looking for an anthem singer for their home games.
If you know of anyone who may be interested please pass contact Cristina Stroup: email@example.com.
Posted on Wednesday, April 13, 2016