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CCJHA Booster Club

Booster Club Mission

The Booster Club's mission is to promote and aid the Copper Country Junior Hockey Association and serve as its primary fundraiser.

The Booster Club also manages the concession stands at the Dee Stadium in Houghton and the Houghton County Arena in Hancock.

The funds raised by the CCJHA Booster Club come primarily from the operation of the concession stands at Dee Stadium and Houghton County Arena and fundraisers like the annual wreath sale.  Funds raise by projects are used for items like:

  • CCJHA Ice Time
  • CCJHA Team Jerseys
  • Hockey Saturday
  • Hockey Skills Clinics
  • Awards Night

Booster Club Scholarships

The CCJHA Booster Club helps fund scholarships for families in need of financial assistance. The CCJHA scholarship application process is being revised. More information will be available closer to the beginning of the 2022-23 season. If you have questions, please contact the Booster Club via email.

Booster Club Email

Booster Club Meetings

Please consider volunteering! Everyone is welcome to join our monthly meetings. Come see what we do and how you can help.

We meet on the first Monday of every month at 6:30 pm at Dee Stadium

We will not be meeting during the month of July. Our annual meeting will take place on August 1, 2022. Please join us! 


2022 Awards Night

Thank you to everyone who joined us for our  Annual Awards Night

Thank you and congratulations to the this season's honorees.

CCJHA President Jon French with the Leo Durocher Memorial Coach of the Year for 2021-2022  recipient Mario Paoli

Leo Durocher Memorial Coach of the Year for 2021-2022 recipient Mario Paoli

CCJHA president Jon French with the Glen Peterson Memorial Assistant Coach or Team Manager of the Year for 2021-2022  recipient Lee Mayra

Glen Peterson Memorial Assistant Coach or Team Manager of the Year for 2021-2022 recipient Lee Mayra

CCJHA President Jon French with  Pat Campioni Memorial Sponsor of the Year 2021-22 recipient Geoff Cutsy of G&J Site Solutions

Pat Campioni Memorial Sponsor of the Year 2021-22 recipient Geoff Cutsy of G&J Site Solutions

CCJHA president Jon French with the Earl and Eva Grandchamp Memorial Volunteer of the Year 2021-22 recipient Brandi Hainault

Earl and Eva Grandchamp Memorial Volunteer of the Year 2021-22 recipient Brandi Hainault


What is Dibs?

Each family needs a Dibs account to sign up for concession hours during the hockey season.  Volunteers are needed to keep the concession stands open to help keep our registration costs down. 

What is Dibs?

dibs - claim responsibility

We use the Dibs system to schedule and manage our volunteer opportunities.  Required hours of volunteer time are completed by working shifts in the concession stands at the Dee Stadium and the Houghton County Arena.

Volunteer time requirement

For 2021-2022, each family is required to complete seven (7) hours of volunteer time per CCJHA player. There is a maximum of 21 hours owed, even if a family has more than three players.

Head coaches will receive 7 hours of volunteer credit. Team managers will receive 3.5 hours of volunteer credit.

Please consider working a few extra hours and donating them to assistant coaches!

How to sign up

To get started, please do the following:

  1.  Go to the Dibs Registration Page to activate your volunteer account for the current season. This activation prepares your Sportsengine account to become a user of the volunteer tool. This activation is required of all volunteers.
  2. Go to the CCJHA Dibs Session page (also linked in the navigation menu) to view and claim available volunteer opportunities.

Tips for signing up

  • Make sure you're using your Sportsengine email address. 
  • Some people have had some issues when they've tried to do this from a mobile device. It is recommended to go through the process on a desktop/laptop computer, or a device that does not default to the mobile view of the website, as that view has limitations on features.

Often-Asked Questions

Do I need a new Dibs account if I had one last season?

Yes. A new Dibs activation is required each season.  However, you do not need to create a new Sportsengine website login if you already have one.

Only one Dibs account is needed per family

Do not sign up for multiple accounts for multiple players. On the signup page, you will have the opportunity to list all of the players in your family so that they are listed under a single Dibs account.

What if I have two parents in separate households who will be doing volunteer hours?

Sign up for one Dibs account, even if you have a split household. Multiple accounts create confusion in the system and often result in hours not being correctly credited.

What if someone wants to volunteer to work hours for another family?

When claiming the Dibs session, this should be done under the account to which the hours will be credited

Example: John wants to work a shift for Family A.

Even though John has his own Dibs account for his child, John would ask Family A to claim the Dibs item under their account and list John as the volunteer. After John has worked the shift, it will be completed and added under Family A's Dibs account. 

Questions?

If you have questions about DIBS signup, please contact Amy Blake, Dibs Administrator.


Booster Club Officers

Colleen Mayra

Booster Club President

Margaret French

Secretary

Amy Blake

Vice-President/Concession Scheduler/DIBS Administrator

Phone: 9062810525

Jenn Capello

Concession Director

Amber Bennett

Treasurer