The Appleton Area Hockey Association (AAHA) is committed to developing competitive youth hockey in the Appleton, Wisconsin area while teaching our skaters the value of winning ... and losing ... with grace and dignity. Our aim is to increase our skaters' enjoyment of the game of hockey, advance their skills, and to help develop their character.
AAHA is a Division 1 member association of the Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association (WAHA, Region 3). Skaters interested in joining AAHA must reside within the boundaries of the public school districts of Appleton, Black Creek, Hilbert, Kaukauna, Kimberly, Little Chute, or Sherwood to register and join AAHA. If you reside in another city or school district you must register with the appropriate association such as Fox Valley, De Pere, Green Bay, Waupaca or Shawano.
The Appleton United boys program will be hosting a 3-day camp on June 8-10 from 8-11am. The cost is $75/skater. Players will be grouped by age 2000-2002 and 2003-2005 birth years.
Contact Tracy Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
The Appleton Girls Hockey Club is hosting a spring Girls Intro to Hockey program.
Contact Doug Meyer for more information.
|Sunday, May 17||2-3pm|
|Tuesday, May 19||6-7pm|
|Tuesday, May 26||6-7pm|
|Tuesday, June 2||6-7pm|
|Thursday, June 4||6-7pm|
|Sunday, June 7||2-3pm|
|Tuesday, June 9||6-7pm|
|Tuesday, June 16||6-7pm|
The AFIC will be offering the Hockey 1-4 skills program as part of their Learn to Skate sessions this summer. This is a great way to help your Mite, Squirt or beginner PeeWee/Bantam player improve his/her hockey skating skills! AAHA strongly recommends that all skaters complete the Hockey1-4 program before registering for the Mite program in the Fall. The cost is $75/skater for each session and includes a free punch card for admission to open skate for the duration of the session.
Classes are on Wednesdays from 5:00-5:25pm or 5:25-5:50pm.
Session 1: March 18 - April 22
Session 2: May 13 - June 24
Session 3: July 8 - August 12
Session 4: August 19 - September 24
Congratulations to the Mite Red team on their 2nd place finish at the Fond du Lac Mite Madness Tournament! And get well soon to Elliott who broke his collar bone during the game!