Men’s, Women’s, and Co-ed Volleyball Tournaments

ONE ARROW FIRST NATION COMMUNITY CENTER

CO ED VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT
February 17 / 2018 – Entry Fee : $ 300 dollars
Gate Fee : $ 3 dollars
Entry deadline : February 12 / 2018

MENS VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT
February 24 / 2018 – Entry Fee $ 300 dollars
Gate Fee : $ 3 dollars
Entry Deadline : February 19 / 2018

WOMENS VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT
MARCH 3 / 2018 – Entry Fee $ 300 dollars
Gate Fee : $ 3 dollars
Entry Deadline : February 26 / 2018

This isn’t volleyball but also happening if anyone is interested.

MENS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT
MARCH 10 / 2018 – Entry Fee $ 300 dollars
Gate Fee : $ 3 dollars
Entry Deadline : March 5 / 2018

To Enter Contact : Larry Richard Daniels
One Arrow Band Office @ (306) 423 – 5900
Email Address : ldaniels@onearrow.ca

2018 Beach Leagues & Adult Provincials

Registration has opened for our 2018 Beach Leagues. Registration is online, and can be found at the following places:

2’s Registration – Click here

4’s and 6’s Registration – Click here

Individual Registration – Click here

This year’s season will run from the week of May 28th to the Week of July 31st.

Mondays – Women 2’s
Tuesdays – Co-ed 4’s
Wednesdays – Men 2’s
Thursdays – Co-ed 2’s

As well, Adult Provincials will be held at the University of Regina courts. Men’s 2s Sat Aug 11th, Women’s 2s Sun Aug 12th. We are limiting the tournament to 16 teams per gender, so register early!

Adult Provincials Registration – Click here

2018 SAVA Social!

The 2018 SAVA Social is taking place on Friday, February 2nd at the Sutherland Hall.

Supper is at 7pm with a dance to follow at 8pm.

Supper & Dance tickets – $25
Dance tickets – $15 ($20 at the door)
E-transfer to kuspira01@gmail.com (please include your full name!)

OR… Bring cash to your game on Sunday and look for an exec member to purchase your tickets!

Sub-List Contact Information Reminder

Hey everyone! It has come to our attention that although a bunch of people have created an account and added themselves to the sublist, when viewed by other teams their contact information is hidden (both email and phone number). We believe we have narrowed down the cause. We thought, at first, that they just didn’t fill out the information and got around the validations. That doesn’t seem to be the case.

Under each account once you login you have the option to publish your contact information (email, main phone, secondary phone). We believe when the site was built this may have been incorporated into the sublist as well. So if you are on the sublist or know someone who is, please double check your profile once you login and make sure that you AREN’T hiding your contact information and let them know to do the same. If you are, there is a chance it isn’t showing up on the listings, which is why you may not have been contacted to sub.

Thanks!

Notes Regarding Martensville Athletic Pavilion Usage

This has been emailed to all team contacts already, and is being posted on our website for additional visibility.

The Rec Supervisor at MAP contacted us this morning to let us know that they were quite happy with the general respect and care they observed at their facility during the seeding tournament. Thank you to all who helped contribute to a positive view of our organization.

She did note one issue regarding children and spectators at the venue. Note that SAVA rents out the volleyball courts and surrounding area ONLY. This means that members of our league along with any spectators have access to those areas only. We do not have free access to areas such as the walking track, the fitness center, or areas hosting any other events, such as birthday parties. As fun as it may be to crash a birthday party, it is not appropriate to do so.

Anyone over the age of 10 is more than welcome to use additional areas of the facility if they have paid the required fee. Please pass this along to all team members for future uses of the MAP, so we can continue to use them as a much needed option in gym rental space.

An additional note – one that I am not happy to have to add – is a reminder that the No Food and Beverage policy is not merely a guideline. It is the venue’s policy, and as such, you and all members of your team are expected to strictly abide by this policy. It is not appropriate to flaunt this policy in any way. We will take no chances on letting a few people’s misdeeds impact the entire league’s ability to properly function.

Pass that final message along to all of your team members as well.

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