Jeff Yungblut Memorial Tournament
March 22 – 25, 2018
Interested in playing one more tournament before you put your hockey equipment in the basement until the fall? As well as have the opportunity to help youth achieve volunteer hours and their education goals. Your participation will achieve both with one-hundred (100) percent of the proceeds from the tournament going into a bursary fund in memory of Jeff Yungblut for one or two students graduating from Thorold High School pursing further education in any one of four (4) disciplines; agriculture, firefighting/EMS, carpentry or sports management.
Jeff Yungblut was a special man whose loss was devastating not only to his family and friends but the community. Jeff was a volunteer fire captain at the Thorold Station 4, coached minor hockey in Thorold, operated his construction business throughout the Niagara Region and was involved in the family farm. Jeff loved the game of hockey and was eager to help anyone in need, so what better way to honor him than to host a hockey tournament in his name and donate the proceeds to local students trying to better their future.
The tournament will consist of four (4) divisions of six (6) teams. The divisions will be divided as follows:
1) Fire and Emergency Services
All divisions are no slap shots and non-body contact.
Cost will be $850.00 per team, with a guaranteed four (4) games. This year we have initiated an early bird registration of $800.00… registration must be received on or before March 1, 2018. Only when registration money is received is your spot held, deposits of 40% are acceptable to hold your spot with the remainder required to be paid one (1) week prior.
First games will start 6:00 p.m. on Thursday night (generally local teams first) and games will continue until finals on Sunday afternoon.
Thank you. We hope to hear from you soon! Please contact the undersigned with any enquiries or registration forms.
Kory YungblutJim Yungblut
Tournament DirectorPhone/text 905-328-1837
Phone/text 905-933-6937Email [email protected]