Minor sports association selects executive members

News May 14, 2010 Ancaster News

The Ancaster Minor Sports Association has selected its executive members for the organization’s inaugural season.

The new minor sports group will occupy the historic Hammill House at the corner of Wilson Street East and Church Street once renovations are complete in July.

Newly elected president Jim Bethune is president of Ancaster Soccer Club. He joins vice president Mark Strongman of Ancaster Little League and secretary-treasurer Jack DiSalvia of Ancaster Minor Hockey League. Collectively, the four organizations, which also include the Ancaster Avalanche Girls Hockey Association, represent more than 4,500 youth athletes.

The Ancaster Minor Sports Centre renovations include a public reception area and a shared boardroom. Additional space is available for other sports groups interested in joining the association.

City staff is planning a grand opening event once renovations are complete later this summer.

Minor sports association selects executive members

News May 14, 2010 Ancaster News

The Ancaster Minor Sports Association has selected its executive members for the organization’s inaugural season.

The new minor sports group will occupy the historic Hammill House at the corner of Wilson Street East and Church Street once renovations are complete in July.

Newly elected president Jim Bethune is president of Ancaster Soccer Club. He joins vice president Mark Strongman of Ancaster Little League and secretary-treasurer Jack DiSalvia of Ancaster Minor Hockey League. Collectively, the four organizations, which also include the Ancaster Avalanche Girls Hockey Association, represent more than 4,500 youth athletes.

The Ancaster Minor Sports Centre renovations include a public reception area and a shared boardroom. Additional space is available for other sports groups interested in joining the association.

City staff is planning a grand opening event once renovations are complete later this summer.

Minor sports association selects executive members

News May 14, 2010 Ancaster News

The Ancaster Minor Sports Association has selected its executive members for the organization’s inaugural season.

The new minor sports group will occupy the historic Hammill House at the corner of Wilson Street East and Church Street once renovations are complete in July.

Newly elected president Jim Bethune is president of Ancaster Soccer Club. He joins vice president Mark Strongman of Ancaster Little League and secretary-treasurer Jack DiSalvia of Ancaster Minor Hockey League. Collectively, the four organizations, which also include the Ancaster Avalanche Girls Hockey Association, represent more than 4,500 youth athletes.

The Ancaster Minor Sports Centre renovations include a public reception area and a shared boardroom. Additional space is available for other sports groups interested in joining the association.

City staff is planning a grand opening event once renovations are complete later this summer.