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WE KNOW YOU WANT TO GET BACK ON THE ICE!

 There is no open date yet - stay tuned.

Wings West will NOT open until the Governor issues the order(s) stating that rinks are allowed to be open. While we have heard of some rinks in/around our state being open - even in limited/invitation only capacities - the Governor's current orders do not allow rinks to be open unless those areas are in Phase 5 of her Safe Start Plan. Our governing body, MAHA, is actively engaged with legislators, lobbyists and the Governor's office to reclassify ice rinks, which are currently in the same category as entertainment venues (like Little Caesars Arena and Ford Field).

CLICK HERE FOR SUMMER 2020 ON-ICE CAMPS, CLINICS & MORE!

KOHA will update dates and times once rinks are able to open back up. For all other camps and clinics (Athletic Mentors and Ferschweiler Hockey Camps) please contact those programs directly for updates.

ANNUAL MEMBER MTG. - AUGUST 17th 6pm @Wings West

Our Annual Member meeting (2019-20 members) has been rescheduled for August 17th where Board Member elections will take place (in-person voting only). There are six positions available.

Current members running for reelection are:
Grant Ball, Jon Bryan, Sara Dana, Pat Ferschweiler, Brianne Timpe

New applicants are:
Dave Golub and Joe Wolf

UPDATE ON ANNUAL MEETING OUTDOOR PROCESS, PROCEDURE & RAIN DATE

The Board Ballot can also be found at the link above.

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    WE A.R.E. KOHA

    We would LOVE to feature our KOHA family in our #weAREkoha series! Take a video (holding your phone horizontally) saying "we are koha" and "Attitude. Respect. Effort." and email them to s.dukes@koha.com to be featured on our website, social sites and eblasts!

    SAWYER BALIFF MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

    The Sawyer Baliff Memorial Scholarship will provide merit based scholarship(s) that the honoree can apply to their KOHA fees the following season. 
    The recipient of Sawyer’s scholarship will be the type of child that represents the type of player, teammate and person Sawyer was and how he is remembered. 
    He or she will have exhibited sportsmanship throughout the season, strength for teammates when needed, good character, and a smile.
    The intent of this scholarship is to recognize those kids who have shown that they have the HEART to work, and compassion for those around them, just like Sawyer!

    8U to 10U Transition Meeting Powerpoint

    KOHA Coaching Application

    If you are interested in coaching with KOHA for the 2020-21 season, please complete the coaching application below and email it to Bob Kirk, House B Director.

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    Kalamazoo Optimist Hockey Association

    The Kalamazoo Optimist Hockey Association (KOHA), established in 1965, is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to provide every boy and girl in southwest Michigan the opportunity to enjoy at excel at the game of hockey.

    KOHA's vision is to be a regional destination and national leader for youth hockey. From Learn To Skate through high school-aged players, KOHA has programs for everyone! KOHA is proud to be one of USA Hockey's original Model Associations, and continues to forge new partnerships to provide our players with the best development opportunities.

    Updates & News

    The KOHA Office is located at Wings West Ice Arena

    5076 Sports Drive
    Kalamazoo, MI 49009
    269.349.7825
    info@koha.com