Princeton Posse plan for upcoming season

Princeton Posse directors, communications coordinator, and coaching staff met to define their strategic goals for the coming season.

Princeton, BC – The Princeton Posse Board of Directors, Communications Co-ordinator, and Coaching Staff met for two evenings to define their strategic goals for the coming season. Facilitated by sponsor and volunteer, Susan Robinson, the group worked together to define their code of conduct, set priorities for the organization, and define roles and responsibilities amongst the group.

The sessions were highly participative and well attended by: Cliff Glover, Jackie Hilton, Lynda Hodgeson, Pam Legault, Dorothy Levers, Linda Thompson, Lorna Coyne, Randy McLean, Mark McNaughton and Scott Gilbert.

The board would like to thank all those who sponsored and volunteered last season, on the board and in the many volunteer positions necessary to retain a fun filled family event in our community.

Sponsors and Volunteers are always welcomed by the Posse.  For sponsorship information please call Cliff at 250-295-6544 office 250-295-8100, Mobile or email

For volunteer information please call Linda Thompson Mobile 250-295-1602 email

Watch for these events leading up to the best season ever.

• Prospects Camp and Tryouts

• Hockey school August 17 to 20

• Prep camp August 21 to August 24

• Main camp August 26 to 29

People can register and find more info on the website

KIJHL Hockey Schedule finalized and published – July 12

First home game – September 12th vs Golden Rockets


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