PEMAA Annual Awards Nominations, News (Point Edward Minor Athletic Association)

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Mar 05, 2020 | Darryl Terpstra | 933 views
PEMAA Annual Awards Nominations
Survey links to the PEMAA Annual Awards Nominations have been sent out via email to the Blackhawk families! Email list were compiled using updated email distribution lists obtained from your current Coach/Manager, cross referenced with emails previously provided. Continue reading for details about the survey and questions.

The survey is now open and it will close automatically on March 12th at 11:00 PM. We have sent out two survey's. One for the Junior teams and one for the Senior teams. We have added additional descriptions to each of the questions posted. Here they are again if you need to review them:

Question 1 (For the organization as a whole):
A: Bob Maughan Community Award: Person or Organization assisting Youth Development. Past winners include Special Olympics, Point Edward Optimist and Pathways.
B: Lenore B. Dunham Award: Person most dedicated to development of Minor Sports including, but not limited to Hockey.

Question 2:
Fred Scott Memorial Trophy: Player who participates in a wide variety of activities and maintains balance in their life.

Question 3:
PEMAA Sportsperson Award – Bench Staff. Outstanding achievement help and encouragement for Minor Sports. May not wear the head coach hat, but is an integral part of the team on and off the ice.

Question 4: 
H. Gerald Horner Memorial Trophy: Adult most dedicated to Hockey. Someone who may or may not have an official title for one of our teams, but goes above and beyond to help our season run smoothly and is always willing to roll up their sleeves and pitch in.

Question 5:
Ray & Brenda Emery Award Coach of the Year: The Coach who is committed to skill development, positive leadership, demonstrates fairness, respect and sportsmanship, develops relationships with his bench staff and players all while promoting hockey should also be fun!

Question 6:
Wilson Jenkins Memorial Trophy: Most Sportsmanlike Hockey Player of the Year. Someone who can win and lose gracefully and show true composure on and off the ice.

Question 7:

Roy Caley Memorial Award: Most Colorful Hockey Player. Fun to watch on the ice and plays with grit and determination.

Question 8:
PEMAA Hockey Goaltender of the Year: Not only has a great record between the pipes, but plays their heart out and leaves it all on the ice after each and every game they play.

Question 9:
Jerry Mara Award: Player most dedicated to Hockey. Someone who not only plays the game, but also is actively involved in other aspects that may include off ice activities.

Question 10:
Tussy Dunham Memorial Award: Most Determined Player In Bantam Division. (only available in the Senior survey).

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