Recognizing ECHN 10 Years of Tournament Sponsorship!
Recognizing 10 Years of Sponsorship !!
On March 17th, Glastonbury Hartwell Soccer Club recognized ECHN / Manchester Hospital leadership for 10 years of sponsorship for the Hartwell Spring Warm-up Tournament. ECHN has provided onsite medical coverage to provide immediate medical attention from qualified medical professionals since 2005. Bennie Chowaniec sited ECHN as an integral partner who has helped build the reputation of the GHSC Spring Tournament as the best in the state.
Shown (left to right) Mary Kay Brophy GHSC President, Dennis McConville SVP ECHN Chief Strategy Officer, Fred Bailey III Director ECHN, Peter Karl CEO ECHN Manchester Hospital, and Bennie Chowaniec GHSC Tournament.
Looking for a Spring Break Activity to keep the kids Busy?
The following information is for 3rd-8th grade Boys and Girls soccer players:
During spring break (4/14-4/18) Hartwell soccer is inviting you to 'drop in' and play some soccer at Addison Park.
Trainers will be on hand to supervise and referee, however there will be no formal coaching clinics. This is an opportunity to play scrimmages with friends over the spring break. Turn up, play and have fun!
We will be offering sessions Monday through Friday from 10am until noon.
US Youth soccer encourage free play to promote children to be creative and explore in the soccer setting. This gives children an opportunity to play with a variety of different players, ages and ability levels. The unstructured soccer environment requires children to think for themselves which allows the chance for anticipation players to evolve. In a world where everything is so structured and organized, we are offering the 'drop in' free play to achieve the above points from US Youth Soccer and let our Hartwell soccer players ENJOY the beautiful game.
For questions or additional information, please contact Dan Sidebottom, Director of Coaching
Friday Evening Travel ‘Development Clinics’ Spring 2014
These sessions are something extra for travel children who have a love for the game of soccer. The clinics cover functional topics on all areas to become a better soccer player. These sessions are ran by Hartwell professional trainers.
Ball striking/finishing and movement off the ball.
U10 & U11
Passing, receiving, using width, depth and retaining possession.
U10 & U11
Defensive shape and positioning. Individual to defending in numbers.
Michael J. Newhouse 2nd Annual Memorial Golf Tournament
Michael J. Newhouse
Come out and support a great cause in memory of our Hartwell friend, Mike Newhouse. The event will be held at Blackledge Country Club in Hebron on Friday, June 20th. Both sponsors and players are needed. The attached flyer has details on sponsorship and player registration.
Spring Recreation Soccer Signups - Closing effective Mar 15th
Registration for Spring Rec Soccer- CLOSED Effective March 15th.
It may not feel like it now, but spring will be here before you know it and with it comes Hartwell Spring Soccer: Recreation Program Registration remains open. Late Fees will be effective Tuesday, March 4th and programs will be CLOSED effective March 15th. On and after Marc 14th any registrations will be put on waitlists and are not guaranteed to be rostered. This spring we are offering our usual compliment of Recreation Programs from Pre-Kindergarten through High School.
Pre-K: Academy style program offered on Saturday mornings for children ages 3-5, not yet enrolled in kindergarten. Pre-K is co-ed.
Kindergarten - 8th Grade Division: Structured as separate Boys and Girls Divisions with team aligned by grade. Children will be aligned to teams and will practice one weekday and have weekend games generally on Saturday.
High School Rec teams: Co-ed teams that play games only on Sunday afternoons.
TOPSoccer Program: Soccer program for players with special needs and is held on Saturday afternoons.
Summer time, summer time..... summer time !! Although we are still in the midst of the winter season and yes.... waiting for some impending snow storms., we know some families are already planning for Summer Camps. Check out our Hartwell Summer Soccer Camp offerings and register early - Click Here.
Are you a family struggling with the additional cost of soccer equipment this season? Hartwell Soccer in conjunction with the Town of Glastonbury Parks and Recreation and Glastonbury Social Services has put together a sports equipment program. Gently used equipment is being made available free of charge to players who need assistance with getting the right equipment to play soccer this season.
Please contact Katryna at 860 652 7838 (or email at ) for more information or to place an order. Supplies are limited, but there are soccer balls, soccer cleats, shorts, socks, bags, and shin guards. Leave a message with your phone number, name, grade that the child is in (for soccer ball size), and their shoe size. A call to confirm that the items are available will be made and a time to pick the items up will be arranged. Pick up will be at the Teen Center at 2143 Main Street, Glastonbury (Academy Building)