Similar to Denis Lemieux’s search for the owner of the Johnstown Chiefs in Slap Shot, many parents have asked who owns Casco Bay Arena. The answer is simple: We all do. Casco Bay Arena is “owned” by Casco Bay Arena, Inc.–a non-profit corporation with the mission of ensuring that youth hockey is available and accessible … More Who Owns the Arena?
The Casco Bay Arena was recently featured in a Portland Press Article by Mark Emmert, which can be found at: http://www.pressherald.com/2014/08/07/new-hockey-rink-opening-in-falmouth We are in the final stages of the financing process and need to show our lenders that there is support for the Arena. We need to secure $150,000 in pledges for donations to make … More Final Pledges Needed to Complete Construction
Fundraising We have reached our first goal of raising $100,000 to begin construction, and demolition and site work will begin this week. However, we still need to raise $150,000 to complete construction. The Casco Bay Arena can only be finished with your help. If you were waiting to make a contribution, there is no time like … More Site Work to Begin; Arena Featured on WGME with Dave Eid
Radio and television personality Shannon Moss featured the Casco Bay Arena project on her radio show on WLOB 1310 AM. To Casco Bay families, Shannon might be even better known as the mother of Casco Bay Mites player Rowen Hagerty. The audio of the segment can be found at: http://www.wlobradio.com/audio.
Steve Hessert of Norman, Hanson & DeTroy, LLC announced that the firm will donate $10,000 to the fundraising campaign for the Casco Bay Arena. In making the donation, Mr. Hessert noted that the lawyers at Norman, Hanson & DeTroy include a number of coaches, a past president, and the current President of Casco Bay Hockey. This … More Norman, Hanson & DeTroy, LLC donates $10,000