RMHA Receives Donation from E.S. Fry Foundation, News (Riverside Minor Hockey)

PrintNews Article
Click to view full-size image
RMHA Receives Donation from E.S. Fry Foundation
Submitted By AMS on Tuesday, September 6, 2016
Earl S. (Tuffy) Fry  – was a lifelong resident of Riverside Ontario.  His commitment to RMHA began by going door to door canvassing for funds to build the old Riverside Recreation and Memorial Centre.  Once the arena was built, Earl continued his dedication to RMHA by Coaching for 20 years in both the travel and House League Divisions.  

Earl enjoyed many years as an Assistant to the legendary Mr. Al Perry in the Bantam Major Division which resulted in much successes in the league.  Bob Parent, Joel Quenneville, Mark Renaud and Ron Friest are just a few of the players Earl had the pleasure of Coaching during his travel days. 

Just as enjoyable was the time Earl spent with Don (Maz) Ingersoll coaching in the Midget House League Division in his later years at RMHA. The E.S. Fry foundation wishes to assist RMHA families and alleviate some of the financial strain a family may incur for a player to step up from House League to play in the travel division.  Earl would love to see these kids reach their highest potential on the ice! 

RMHA Thanks Ian Fry for coordinating this donation to our association. 
This article has been viewed 1608 times.
Category Sites
Social Networking
Follow Us On
Follow Riverside Minor Hockey on Twitter
- and -
Visit Riverside Minor Hockey on Facebook
- and -
Follow Riverside Minor Hockey on Instagram
Quick Links
Manage Subscriptions
Signup to receive email or text messages for the teams you want to follow.
News ArchiveOther Recent Articles
  • 14
    Oct
    Organization
    Sooters Photography will once again be hosting our Photo Days later in October. All coaches have been provided the picture schedule. NO TEAM photos will be taken this year. Only individual (social distanced) photo shoots will be done onsite at ...
  • 13
    Oct
    Organization
    RMHA in conjunction with the City of Windsor recognizes that the existing entry protocols to the facility has put a strain on some families with multiple children particularly younger ones that cannot be left home alone while a single parent / ...
  • 09
    Oct
    Organization
    MESSAGE FROM OMHA PRESIDENT BOB HILL: To our OMHA Hockey Family,I would like to start by saying I hope you, your families and communities are safe as you come to grips with the new normal. We have all been faced with living our lives differently ...
  • 08
    Oct
    Organization
    Take advantage of the Hoktoberfest sale at Brian's Sports. Click the link below for your coupon. https://www.sourceforsports.ca/Hockey-Preview/Hockey-Preview-Bonus-Offer-Brians-Source-For-Sports
  • 01
    Oct
    Organization
    Rogers Canada is launching a new initiative to support families and minor hockey players in communities across Canada.  Visit their website for more information on how to apply for an opportunity to win $150 toward league fees. 
  • 28
    Sep
    Organization
    Coaches can continue their ongoing certifications / education via the Virtual professional Development Series. This series is available to all OHF coaches for the purpose of development. You will be provided with resources and professional ...
  • 21
    Sep
    Organization
    The FALL session of hockey is underway and we are seeing some changes in player registration with some latecomers and some players deciding to opt out. What this means is that your players Tier 2 team assignments may be changing. We are managing ...
  • 18
    Sep
    Organization
    RMHA thanks our sponsor the Windsor Family Credit Union for their assistance in the sponsorship of our contactless thermometers.  RMHA has supplied one thermometer for each of our teams at a significant cost to our organization. Thanks to the ...
Printed from riversideminorhockey.ca on Saturday, October 24, 2020 at 5:25 PM