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Apr 16, 2019 | Jeff Rosenburg | 823 views
Women's Hockey Registrar
The creation of a new executive position, "Women's Hockey Registrar" was approved at the 2019 AGM.

Women’s Hockey Registrar The Women’s Hockey Registrar Shall
    i)  Liaison with the Women’s Hockey Director
    ii)  Process all rosters for OWHA teams
    iii) carryout other duties as assigned by the Board, Executive Committee, or the     
         President

For the upcoming season, this position will be appointed by executive based on submitted applications.

If you are interested in the position of Women's Hockey Registrar, please email [email protected] no later than May 8th, 2019.

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