Fee Structure Changes for 2018-19
The NVMHA Board of Directors has reviewed the costs associated with having all of the players on the ice for the year, including the different costs associated with rep and house levels. The board noted that with the history of receiving an annual gaming grant of $100,000, the costs associated with all players will continue to be subsidized to a certain degree.
The board has set the 2018-19 season fees in an effort to ensure that costs remain closely aligned with the actual per player costs. It is important to note that the board is making every effort to be frugal where possible without adversely impacting the programs offered.
Other changes that members should be aware are as follows:
As a result, the board have approved a 2018-19 fees schedule that includes fee increases for Atom through Juvenile divisions and rep program fees. Specifically, the Atom through Midget divisions will see increases of approximately $80 on registration fees ($75 for Bantam). Juvenile players will see a $60 increase in fees.
Please see the full list of 2018-19 fees here
Rationale for the fee structure change is as follows:
1. Registration in all divisions decreased significantly in 2016-17 and again in 2017-18 which means the fixed costs of the association are absorbed by a smaller number of registered players. The numbers are:
2. Costs in all areas continue to increase with inflation.
If you have questions about the fee increases, please contact Chris Birkett email@example.com