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Register now for the 2016 Fall Skills Program

Click this link to learn more. These programs are open to all players from across the region.


Volunteers for the 2016-2017 Season Needed

Planning for next season has already begun.  At this time, we are seeking to fill next season’s critical roles and also staff committees.  Filling these positions now is critical to assure we are prepared to start next season off right.  Serving in any of the below roles will fulfill a portion of the required DIBS hours for next season.  Anyone who has served in the following roles should still sign up via the link which indicates the wish to continue in that role.

  • Team Manager
  • Level Head Coach (All levels)
  • Coach at all levels (All levels)
  • DIBS Coordinator (Squirts/10U and above)
  • In-House Coordinator
  • Girls Program Coordinator
  • Fundraising Committee
  • Concession Stand Committee
  • Grant Writer
  • Equipment Coordinator
  • Volunteer Coordinator

2015-2016 Season Survey Results

The results of the recent survey are now available for your review. Thank you to all who participated. Your feedback was thoroughly reviewed by the full board and continues to be addressed.


iCal - What is this?

Many of us utilize electronic calendars, on our computers and/or smartphones.  Most of these calendaring applications support the automatic updates from "iCal" feeds.  So rather than manually adding practices and games to your calendar, utilize technology to do that for you. 

iCalendar is a standard for calendar data exchange. The standard is sometimes referred to as "iCal", which also is the name of the Apple, Inc. calendar program that provides one of the implementations of the standard.

Here is a link to one of the NGIN support Articles on iCal:

Although this is by no means an exhaustive list of iCal applications and resources, it should give you a starting point in your research:

Mac OS X iCal, Outlook 2007 How to article on adding an iCal Feed to Outlook 2007,Google Mail

RSS - What is this?

This is a way for families to receive updates from the website, news "feed", automatically, NOT via email.   NGIN events and News Articles support RSS. 

"RSS feed can have the same content as a webpage, but it's often formatted differently. When you subscribe, Internet Explorer automatically checks the website and downloads new content so you can see what is new since you last visited the feed."

The acronym RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, and is used to describe the technology used in creating feeds.

Here is a link to the NGIN support article on RSS feeds:

An RSS Feed Reader is required, but they are free and easy to use.  NGIN recommends the following RSS Feed Readers:

Google Reader (web-based), Bloglines (web-based), NewsGator (desktop, web and mobile), Shrook (desktop mac)