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News: August 2002

Hockey Game Benefitting Mike Condon's Family to Take Place September 21

The Atlantic District announced that the U.S. National Team will take on Drexel University at First Union Center in Philadelphia, on Saturday, September 21, at 1:00pm. "Tickets are available for $10 each, with all proceeds going to the Mike Condon Childrens' Education Fund.... For ticket requests, please email us at hocky@erols.com."


Additional information about the day's events at First Union Center, which will also include a coaching workshop put on by USA Hockey, are available at the Atlantic District Web Site, Continue reading »

Mike Condon Memorial Golf Tournament Scheduled for October 14

Rusty Friess wrote, "In an effort to keep Mike Condon's memory alive and to help his three children, we've put together a golf tournament in his name. Mike was always there for his friends and now it's time for his friends to be there for his family. Mike has three children and all proceeds from this tournament will go to
support their education."


"On Monday, October 14, 2002, The First Annual Mike Condon Memorial Golf Tournament will take place at the White Oaks Country
Club in Newfield, New Jersey. It is only a few minutes over the Commodore Barry Bridge off of Route 40."


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AAHA Database Coordinator's Report- September 2002

Dave Aiello writes, "Tony Mariconda asked me to give a status report regarding the Atlantic District Officiating Program Database and the work I've done to support it this summer."


"In the past month, Shane Hanlon and I have collaborated to make some major changes to the database. These have resulted in some immediate, measurable successes in terms of:"


  • providing information to returning and prospective officials, and
  • providing seminar registration services

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