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By Ontario Minor Hockey Association, 01/10/18, 2:30PM EST


Last Call for the OMHA Essay Contest

omha essay contest

Being a part of a team means a lot of things and we want you to tell us what it means to YOU.

Follow these three simple steps for your chance at $1000 in CCM Gear!

1. Write an essay that follows the theme of “Being a part of a team means…”

2. The essay is no longer than 250 words.

3. Submit your essay using the form below or mail it to the OMHA office at OMHA Essay Contest, 25 Brodie Drive, Unit 3, Richmond Hill, ON, L4B 3K7.

The fourth annual OMHA Essay Contest presented by Respect in Sport is designed for players to be engaged in an educational manner while encouraging them to express their thoughts on what life skills they learn from playing hockey.

The top five essays will be selected by a committee based on the creativity demonstrated in their submission. All finalists will be awarded an OMHA prize pack while the grand prize winner will receive a $1,000 worth of CCM Gear. Submissions will be accepted until January 20, 2018.

“Being a part of a team means…”

“Respect in Sport is about providing a positive environment for all, so that hockey players can enjoy the game, and learn from the positive adult role models around them, like parents, coaches, and officials,” said Ontario Director – Respect Group, Mark Allen. “Respect Group is very proud to support the OMHA Essay Contest this year.”

“We are proud to once again work closely with Respect Group on the OMHA Essay Contest. It’s important to us to hear how hockey has made a difference for our players and to reinforce to others how they can make a difference through the game of hockey,” said OMHA Executive Director, Ian Taylor. “We are excited to hear all the great stories about what it means for players to be a part of a team and how our teammates impact our experience and enjoyment of the game.”

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