Chilliwack sports bulletin board: What’s happening in your community

Updated weekly, the bulletin board has the latest news and notes from youth and school sports

For the week of April 5-11, 2021, here’s what’s coming up in the world of Chilliwack youth and school sports.


– The annual general meeting (AGM) of the Chilliwack Ringette Association will be held virtually on Zoom on Thursday, April 8 at 7 pm, with board positions open for nominations.

All are welcome to attend, and those who do will be eligible for a draw to win free 2021-22 registration.

To attend the AGM, email to receive the Zoom access link and code.


– Chilliwack Minor Football is holding head coach interviews for the fall tackle season on April 11 starting at 5:30 pm. Interested coaches are asked to submit applications before April 8 and the link to the online application can be found here.

Chilliwack Minor Football is also looking for more U16/U19 players and coaches for the spring flag season and registration can be done online at


Chilliwack Minor Hockey Association (CMHA) will be hosting a two-week (Monday-Wednesday-Friday) initiation skill development camp for U16/U7 players (born in 2016, 2015) and U8/U9 players (2014, 2013) from June 28 to July 9 at the Chilliwack Coliseum. This camp will provide a way for players to sharpen and refine their skills over the summer months, with instruction from members of the CMHA Development Team.

CMHA will also be offering U11 to U18 C division development camps, and more info can be found here.


Chilliwack Special Olympics is looking for athletes interested in participating in bocce this spring. Practices are on Tuesday evenings. Practices will be outdoors and will follow all COVID-19 protocols/guidelines put out by Special Olympics BC and the provincial government.

To join the bocce program, send a message through the Chilliwack Special Olympics Facebook page.


Registration is open for the Chilliwack Stingrays summer swim season that runs from May 3rd to August 13th at the Rotary Outdoor Pool.

The Stingrays offer programs to suit all age levels and abilities.

The Jr Pups and Parent program provides three weekly 25 minutes sessions (Monday/Wednesday/Friday) for ages 3 to 6 and is ideal for beginner swimmers that are unable to swim 25 metres unassisted. Parents get in the water and help their child due to COVID-19 restrictions. Swimmers must be potty trained!

Intermediate (ages 5-12) and advanced Stingrays (ages 10-and-up) who can swim up to 25 metres unassisted can train up to five days a week.

Follow this link to register.


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