Over 140 people walked in red high heels down Main Street in Melfort on Thursday as part of the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Event.
The walk is held to raise awareness of domestic and sexual abuse.
The event was also the fundraising kickoff for the new domestic violence shelter for the northeast.
Over $20,000.00 was raised on the evening.
Mustangs GM & Head Coach Gavin Holcomb took part in the walk along with forward Sheldon Argent and play by play voice Branden Crowe.
The Melfort Mustangs Junior Hockey Association Inc. is seeking an individual to fill the full-time position of Marketing and Administration Officer. The successful candidate will be working closely with the Melfort Mustangs organization in the following areas of responsibility:
• General office duties
• Recruiting and maintaining corporate sponsorship
• Coordinating fund raising events
• Game day preparations
• Good communication skills in dealing with the hockey club and the general public
• Good attention to detail
• General computer skills
• Ability to initiate and organize projects
Please submit resumes to:
Melfort Mustangs Junior Hockey Association Inc.
P.O. Box 3640
Submission deadline: May 31, 2013
The Melfort Mustangs have begun renovations on their dressing room facilities. Several members of the team took part in "Demolition Day" this past weekend to remove the 25 year old stalls and prep the room for construction. Special thanks to Team President Sean Isberg, Director Mac Mclean, Equipment Manager Sean Mason, Jay Aasen, Bryden Serafini, Matt and Rick Saunderson for their help!!
The Melfort Mustangs held their awards night and would like to thank everyone who attended the event. Looks like everyone had a great time and a big thanks to Branden Crowe for a great job done with the Mic.
The following is a list of this years Award Winners.
2012/2013 Award Winners
Community Involvement - Sheldon Argent, Regan Wilton.
Most Improved Player - Cole Hyrsky
Most Spirited Player - Bryden Serafini
Fans Choice Award - Sheldon Argent
Most Dedicated Player - Jesse Wilkins
Hardest Working Player - Brandon Sloan
Top Scorer - Brandon Sloan
3 Star Selection Award - Jesse Wilkins
Rookie of the Year - Adam Fauchoux
Most Valuable Defenseman - Matt Saunderson
Kyle Johnson Memorial Scholarship - Brandon Parrone
Joel Dennis Memorial Award - Jay Aasen
Crunch Award (Most Hits) - Sheldon Argent
Top Defensive Defenseman - Cody Brown
Top Defensive Forward - Anthony Pickering
Playoff MVP - Godric Tham
Most Valuable Player - Jesse Wilkins
The Melfort Mustangs turned over the use of the Display Case in the NE corner of the Arena to the Melfort Minor Hockey Association for their use. This will give them a place to display items of their choice in the Arena area.
See thank you letter from the MMHA below.
Mustangs' governor Jim Arsenie, Mustangs' president Sean Isberg present the keys to the 25th Anniversary Mustang at Melody Motors on Thursday, January 10
In conjunction with the Melfort Mustangs 25th Anniversary the team raffled off a 25th Anniversary edition Ford Mustang and as luck would have it, longtime Mustangs’ supporter Orma Taylor had her name drawn during at the New Year’s Eve match up between the Mustangs and Nipawin Hawks.
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Jamie Placsko presents Terry Tetarenko with $3,132.50
The draw for the 2013 Ford Mustang was made tonight and Orma Taylor from Melfort was the winner.
The draw for the 50/50 was made and Terry Tetarenko from Tisdale took home $3,132.50
We will post pictures of the winners once available.
The Melfort Mustang Organization would like to thank Everyone who purchased a ticket.
Mark Zosel puts it just wide of the right hand hole.
Tonight was the kick off for the Cheyenne Shoot to Win Promotion. You can check out the webpage for the promotion located in the page list to the left.
January 5th Round One. The three contestants tonight were Sandy Fauchoux, Dale McHarg and Chantelle Bosovich. The winner was Sandy Fauchoux with five pucks in the net.
January 9th Round Two. The three contestants tonight were Cortney Marchuk, Jack Wilton and Jordan Barnett. The winner was Jack Wilton with seven pucks in the net.
January 19th Round Three. The three contestants tonight were Daniel Fiedelleck, Julie LaCroix and Jeana Barnett. The winner was Daniel Fiedelleck with four pucks in the net.
January 20th Round Four. The three contestants tonight were George Fellman, Tim Gausman and Ken Gentleman. The winner was Tim Gausman with four pucks in the net.
January 23rd Round Five. The three contestants tonight were Mark Zosel, Al Schulte and Peter Evaschesen. There ended up to be a tie between Mark Zosel and Al Schulte with three pucks each. Mark was declared the winner so he will move on.
February 8th Round Six. The three contestants tonight were Larry Phillips, Mel Leveque and Kyle Edin. The winner was Kyle Edin with five pucks in the net.
February 9th Round Seven. The three contestants tonight were Jim Zemluk, Doug Dudar and Andy Farwell. Doug and Andy went a couple extra rounds before Doug was declared the winner and he will move on to the next round.
February 13th Round Eight. The three contestants tonight were Phil Paynter, Harley Jestin and Ron Jack. Phil put four pucks in the net to move on to the next round.
Friday February 15th: The shooters in the first intermission were Dale McHarg, Jack Wilton and Tim Gausman. The shooters in the second intermission were Phil Paynter, Doug Dudar, Kyle Edin and Mark Zosel. Daniel Fiedelleck was supposed to shoot in the first intermission but was unable to attend tonight's game.
The Winner of the first Shootout was Tim Gausman and the Winner of the second Shootout was Mark Zosel. Tim and Mark will Now shoot in the first intermission of the Mustangs final regular season home game on February 22nd to see who gets to shoot for the car during the second intermission. The runner up from tonight each recieved a three night stay at one of 20 destinations.
Tonight was the final shootout for the Chevy Spark. It was Tim Gausman vs Mark Zosel in the first intermission. Mark came away as the winner and shot in the second intermission. Mark came close to putting the puck in one of three holes but the Spark went back the the car lot. Mark and Tim didn't walk away empty handed as they were both presented with vouchers for trips to Hawaii. Thank you to everyone who participated and a big thanks to Cheyenne GM for this great promotion.
So I realize this is a long shot but I was wondering if anyone has one of these field monitors laying around that we could borrow or maybe get a deal on. We need one to make it easier for our camera operators to follow the action. They get lost following the puck on the small on board camera viewfinder.
Here is a link to what we are looking for.
Thanks for any help you may be able to provide us.
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