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Whitby Ringette Spirit Award
Submitted By James Main on Thursday, January 23, 2020
Background
The Spirit Award was introduced in 2019 during Whitby Ringette's 50th anniversary celebrations. The award was presented to former president, former player, and current U12 Regional coach Carolyn Mountjoy in recognition of almost 30 years of support and committment to the players, the sport and Whitby Ringette.

Spirit_award_nomination_form.pdfNomination Process:
  1. All registered members of the Whitby Ringette Association are eligible to nominate someone other than themselves or family members.
  2. All Nominations are to be submitted using the fillable PDF with relevant details completed and forwarded to [email protected].
  3. All nominations are due by February 28.
  4. All nominations will be reviewed, and the award recipient will be chosen by the Awards Committee.

Eligibility
  1. Nominees must be currently involved with Whitby Ringette or within the last season at the time of nomination.
  2. Nominees shall have been involved with Whitby Ringette for a minimum of three years.
  3. The nominee shall have contributed to the promotion and/or development of Whitby Ringette and fulfilled a key leadership role. For example:
    • Dedication to increasing association membership
    • High participatory action in association: coaching/bench staff, officiating, fundraising, tournament, events, etc.
    • Consistently advocates of the sport and association, and promotes Whitby Ringette to increase its profile and reputation.

Evaluation Criteria
When the committee evaluates award nominees, it will consider the following criteria:
  • Advocacy for Ringette
  • Positive attitude
  • Dependability
  • Availability to players, parents, coaches, the board.
  • Communication at all levels
  • Passion for the sport
  • Generosity of time
  • Leadership
  • Advocacy for girls' youth sport
  • Sustained involvement
  • Drive to help
  • Visibility
  • Selflessness
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