BMHA Board is continuing to strive for better and more organized meetings.
According to the By Laws of BMHA, the
following persons are able to be considered for admission as a voting member:
- The parents of any child playing minor hockey under the Corporation,
whose registration fees have been paid to the Corporation, or
- Any person eighteen (18) years of age or over, interested in
the operation of Minor Hockey in the City of Belleville and who resides in the area
of jurisdiction of the Belleville Minor Hockey Association as approved by
the Ontario Minor Hockey Association or its successor.
Also, according to the By Laws of BMHA,
there may be dues or fees payable by Members at the option of the Board of
Directors, including registration for Members and/or their children to play
Accordingly, the Board of Directors of BMHA
have implemented various policies, procedures, fee structures dealing with
membership status in BMHA and voting rights. In addition, the Board of Directors has developed clear policies,
procedures and guidelines for making a member’s vote count by way of Proxy
Please visit the Forms/Applications Tab to
view or download the Application for Membership and/or the Policies, Procedures
and Rules and Regulations for Other Member Status and Proxy Voting in the
Belleville Minor Hockey Association.
Proxy Forms may not be downloaded, they
must be picked up at the BMHA office for tracking purposes.
If you are a birth parent of a child
registered to play hockey in BMHA you will be admitted as a member and your
registration fee includes this voting membership status.
Our administrative office has begun the
arduous task of creating a voting member registry so that we can have more
effective meetings of members and/or Annual General Meetings.
We encourage all parents of players and
other interested persons to view these documents and get involved at our
meetings if you so desire.
Thank You for playing hockey at BMHA.
Policy, Procedure and Rules and Regulations for other member Status and Voting Proxy in the BMHA