EHMHA Strategic Plan, News (Erin-Hillsburgh Minor Hockey Association)

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Feb 07, 2020 | EHMHA | 3569 views
EHMHA Strategic Plan
EHMHA primary objective is “hockey for life”

The EHMHA Board of Directors published our Strategic Plan last year, which is our guide in all operations.

The goal of the plan is to:

-Support & Grow the Membership base
-Offer programs and development opportunities that appeal to the local community
-Provide a sense of direction, continuity, consistency in administration and leadership
-Continually improve and standardize Association policies, programs and engagement.

You can view our entire plan here:  Strategic Plan

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