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    Apparel Pick Up Monday November 30

    11/25/2015, 12:00pm CST
    By Sharon

    Dawn L. will be at the rink Monday evening from 5 - 8:30 to hand out apparel orders. If that doesn't work for you, please give her a call 913-638-3496 or email.

    Tickets on Sale Now for $1,000 Raffle

    11/18/2015, 9:15am CST
    By Dawn F.

    Drawing December 5

    Hockey Players—If you have sold all your tickets and you need more, please feel free to contact me or your team manager/coaches.  Remember, prizes will be awarded to the top 3 sellers:

    • First place receives a private pizza party at the rink for 10 friends and unlimited open skate this year.
    • Second prize receives unlimited open skate for the season
    • Third prize receives 10 free open skates this year.

    Friends of the Boji Bay Ice Arena—Have you bought a raffle ticket? Tickets are $25 and you have the chance to win $1,000. If you haven't had a hockey player knock on your door, please contact me and I will be sure you get your ticket! 712-330-2633 or email.


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    Upcoming Events

    • Nov
    • 30
    Spirit Lake 4th Grade PE
    • Dec
    • 1
    Spirit Lake 4th Grade PE
    • Dec
    • 2
    Adult Hockey
    • Dec
    • 4
    Open Skate
    • 7:00pm-9:30pm CST Ical_event_icon
    • Boji Bay Ice Arena
    • Admission $3, Skate Rental $2

    • Tag(s): PUBLIC SKATING 
    • Dec
    • 5
    In House League at Mites
    • 9:00am CST Ical_event_icon
    • Boji Bay Ice Arena
    • Tag(s): Mites 

    All programs offered at the Boji Bay Ice Arena are managed by the Lakes Area Hockey Association.
    Our mission is to create, nurture, and sustain ice-related sports and recreation programs that teach and improve skills;
    to foster sportsmanship, teamwork, and enjoyment; and improve fitness. These programs are financially accessible and
    meet the needs and interests of participants of all ages and skill levels throughout the corridor.