To all our current and potential new Dragons Hockey customers, Dragons Hockey, Inc. is committed to continuing to provide our services to your youth players with regard to the X-ice Skill Development Program they enjoy being a part of. In order to continue our program without an interruption in service or the quality of our hockey product, WE NEED YOUR HELP!! The Berkely Youth Hockey Association Executive Board decided in April of 2007 to officially end it's affiliation with Dragons Hockey X-ice. At that time, they agreed to continue to lease the full ice sheets at Berkley to us, which is an integeral part of our program. Since that last meeting, BYHA has failed to provide us with a written contract for the full ice sheets for the upcoming season. We have also recently been informed that they are going to refuse to lease this ice to us at their next board meeting in May, affectively forcing us to move the program from Berkley to a new location. We are in negotiations with the city to lease the full ice we have used for the past two years directly from them and this is where we need your help. If you and your player enjoy the X-ice Skill Development Program and would like to see it stay at the Berkley Ice Arena, please sign this online petition. We will present this to the city in our negotiations next week to help them understand how important this upcoming decision is to their residents and others of the local hockey community. Thankyou for your time and if you have any questions please feel free to contact us.
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, United States5 years ago First & Last Name: Linda Dempsey
City of Residence: Madison Heights
, United States7 years ago First & Last Name: Tim Zelmanski
City of Residence: Royal Oak
You can add comments here...: My kids are just getting into hockey and the smaller ice surface is the way to go.
, United States7 years ago First & Last Name: Bobby Dubin
City of Residence: Huntington Woods
You can add comments here...: The Dragons are providing an excellent opportunity for our children to learn discipline and self-esteem through the sport of hockey. It would be a significant loss to our children to lose out on such an opportunity.
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