• MILLER PARK
Miller Park - Ice Fee Forgiveness Program is a great way to reduce your 2013-2014 ice fees. Contact Jeff or Diane Vernon at email@example.com to be placed on the email list for updates.
In January, we will be starting our sixth consecutive season of the Miller Park - Ice Fee Forgiveness Program. The program has been designed to allow parents the opportunity to off-set their ice fees by participating in this program.
Arrowhead Youth Hockey has entered a contract to provide concession workers selected Milwaukee Brewers home games. Participants in the Ice Fee Forgiveness Program volunteer for these contracted dates and times.
We have just expanded the use of the credits to include the optional Midget Before/After Hockey Program. However, you would not earn credit for any of the Summer Programs sponsored through the Mullett Center or ongoing high school fees that involve Arrowhead High School or the Mullett Center.
Training is provided (and mandatory) at Miller Park for all participants.
Scheduling is flexible; work the games that work with your schedule.
Each shift will last approximately 6-7 hours. There is no minimum nor maximum time, as each game varies in length.
You are required to report 2 to 3 hours before game time, depending on the day and event.
You will be released by Miller Park personnel after your stand has closed, cleaned, and inventoried.
Credits are applied to ice fees only for AYHA Registered Programs. Uniforms, equipment, tournament and team fees are not eligible.
Most Commonly Asked Questions:
Q: How to I sign up for training?
A: Send your request via email to the AYHA Miller Park Coordinator
Q: I attended training last year; do I have to go again?
A: YES - due to the service of alcohol in our stand all participants must attend training each season. You cannot work any games until this training is completed.
Q: Do I have to pay for parking?
A: NO - you will receive a parking pass for each game you are scheduled to work.
Q: How do I sign up for games?
A: We will utilize Volunteer Spot for electronic sign up. The Coordinator will send out emails with the link at various times throughout the season.
Q: How are games assigned?
A: For the overall program, games were selected by the AYHA Miller Park Coordinator and accepted by Miller Park per the guidelines of the contract for the overall group. There are opportunities for additional games if there is interest and availability. Individual worker assignment is done on a first come/first serve basis via Volunteer Spot.
Q: How do I know what games I am scheduled for?
A: You will be contacted via automatic email reminders generated by Volunteer Spot.
Q: Can my spouse and I work the same games?
A: We try to accommodate special requests however; there are a limited number of openings per game so it is not always possible.
Q: How much credit will I receive for each game?
A: That depends on how well the group in terms of gross revenues in the concession stand(s) working as well as the commission percentage offered by Miller Park - the minimum amount of credit that you will receive is $50 credit to your ice bill. AYHA does withhold 10% for overhead and processing, but the balance of the commission paid by Miller Park is divided equally among the volunteers working each event.
Q: How will I know my progress?
A: Monthly statements will be sent to your email. Figures are not available until approximately 3 weeks after the last game of the home stand and depend upon processing done at Miller Park.
Q: Is participation in this program eligible for credit hours outlined in the Volunteer Program?
A: As a regular concession worker you will not earn any volunteer credit BUT If you volunteer to be a Team Lead then you can earn 1 hour per shift.
Q: Is the position of AYHA Miller Park Coordinator a Board position?
A: NO – it is a Volunteer Program position that earns 20 hours over two years as the position straddles two hockey seasons. For questions about the Volunteer Program please contact firstname.lastname@example.org