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Session Two - Learn To Play Hockey Program

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2021 WAHA Board Members

Wenatchee Amateur Hockey Association

We are a youth hockey organization gearing up for our 2020-2021 season. Click on the Registration tab at the top of the page to signup for this season!

COVID Protocols For The Rink

COVID reminders For The Building:
Each individual entering the iFiber Rink will be required to sign a waiver. Waivers can be found on the Town Toyota Center website at or by using a QR code available at the rink entrance. Waivers for individuals under the age of 18 must be signed by a parent or legal guardian. Waivers must be renewed annually.

  • Arena doors will remain locked at all times.
  • Everyone entering the building must wear a mask.
  • Patrons come in the building through one set of doors and leave through another set of doors. A set of stanchions will divide the entry/exit areas.
  • Patrons will come dressed and should arrive 15 minutes prior to their reserved ice time and they must leave within 15 minutes after their scheduled ice time ends. NO BAGS ALLOWED!
  • Patrons will wait outside until the doors are unlocked by rink staff. Signs on the ground will mark 6-foot intervals for social distancing for patron use.
  • The Greeter on duty will let each patron come inside and confirm their registration using the roster.
  • Hand sanitizer will be available at the entrance and exit of the rink and throughout the main floor.
  • Once a patron has been checked in, they will be directed to the appropriate designated zone (1 or 2).
  • Patrons will be able to sit on identified benches and put their skates on.
  • Patrons can remove their mask right before getting on the ice and must put them back on once they exit the ice.
  • No parents or siblings allowed in the building during practice. 


  • Players must bring their own bottled water. Water bottles cannot be shared. The TTC bottle filler is turned off, so the bottles must come filled.
  • Benches will not be available. Have played bring their water to their station rather then the bench. Bottles can be placed on the ice in their station area.
  • Training aids other then pucks are not allowed.
  • The coach/staff/trainer will be required to wear a mask at all times.

Cleaning and Sanitizing:

  • Bathrooms and main public use areas will be cleaned and sanitized after each ice rental group.
  • Door knobs, vending machines, ATM machine, counters will be cleaned after each ice rental group.

More Information can be found on the Town Toyota Center Website. 

Changes: ADM Power Skating Sessions!!!

Due to the restrictions of Covid we are only allowed to have 25 skaters on the ice at a time. This will make our power skating and ADM sessions limited. We are also combining Power Skating and ADM to Tuesdays while we have one sheet of ice. In order to monitor players on the ice we will have a weekly sign up link sent out on Fridays. Parents will signup on the link in order for their player to participate. Once the registration is full those will be the only players allowed on the ice. Please watch your emails on Fridays to sign your player up. Parents are only allowed to sign up their player. As a reminder, these sessions are allowed to house and rep league players only!


The first sign up link will go out Friday October 16th.


The first sessions will be Tuesday October 20th

  • Session One - 5:30-6:30PM
  • Session Two - 7:00-8:00 PM

Division Head Coaches - Contact Information

Mite House League/Mite Development Team

  • DJ Osborne -

Squirt Rep Team

  • Pat Haglund -

Squirt/Peewee House Team

  • Martin Diggs -

Peewee Rep Team

  • Bryon McDougall -

Bantam House/Travel Team

  • Marco Aurilio -

Midget House/Travel Team

  • Jeromy Deskin -

Next Board Meeting.....


Next Board Meeting...February 9, 2021 at 5:00 PM

Meetings are open to all members who would like to attend!

Get the current info and happenings on the operation and maintenance of Wenatchee Amateur Hockey Association as the Board meets each month. General Board Meetings are open attendance and will provide Committee reports, Upcoming Events, and the current status of the Association.


It is important for ALL Coaches, Parents and Players read over this letter and make sure you are in compliance before the season starts. I have listed a few of the major changes below but please read the letter in full.


  • Beginning this season, SafeSport is required EVERY YEAR rather than every other year.
  • A person must first take the course known as “Core Center for SafeSport Training,” which is taken online and generally takes approximately 90 – 120 minutes to complete. After that a “Refresher Course” is available each subsequent year for a person that has completed the Core Center for SafeSport Training. The Refresher Course generally takes 30 minutes or less to complete. There is no cost to members of USA Hockey to complete either training course.
  • Because we do not want players or officials turning 18 to become ineligible in the middle of a season, USA Hockey is requiring that all players 17 years of age or older on or before December 31 of that playing season and who play on a team in a classification that allows minor age players complete SafeSport Training before being added to such team and prior to participation (on-ice or off-ice).
  • Background Screening: All coaches, instructors, Managers and other staff shall be screened by USA Hockey within the past two (2) years for the 2019-2020 Season. More extensive screening will be in effect 2020-2021 Season. More information can be found here:


Once your training is complete please email a copy of your certificate to our Safeport Coordinators for WAHA.

Justin Fulbright -


As a reminder ALL Coaches, Board Members and Players 17 years of age or older MUST HAVE CERTIFICATION COMPLETED before any on-ice or off-ice WAHA related events.


Town Toyota Center Guidelines For Return To Play

Town Toyota Center Guidelines



Please read and go over the Town Toyota Center building procedures. You are asked to sign a waiver. We will be following building procedures as we move through phases.

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Wenatchee Amateur Hockey Association

 PO Box 1065

Wenatchee WA, 98807-1065