Life-long friendships made
The club is looking for billet families to help provide a safe and supportive environment for their young players
Ramblers looking for billets
AMHERST – The Amherst CIBC Wood Gundy Ramblers is gearing up for another season of hockey.
Ramblers players will be coming to Cumberland County from far and wide and will need a home away from home.
The club is looking for billet families to help provide a safe and supportive environment for their young players.
“The Ramblers players and Coach Josh Hepditch are going to bring a lot to our community,” said Ramblers President Jim Henwood.
Henwood says they are exceptional young men willing to leave their homes to come here to our community to follow their dream.
“They’re going to bring positive energy to the rink and out in the community and we’re excited to see it, but we need the help of local families,” said Henwood.
– What billet families provide:
A private room for the player with a bed, closet space, dresser and a work desk.
Nutritious meals and snacks.
Support so the player feels that this is his home away from home, creating a family atmosphere.
Laundry and chores to be determined between billet family and player.
Players will follow rules as set by the billet family and supported by Ramblers staff.
Benefits for billets:
Receive Season Tickets.
Will be paid for billeting a Rambler.
Billeting enables you to be a huge part of the Ramblers Hockey Community.
There are life-long friendships made between billet families, players and even the players’ families.
For more information on how to become an Ramblers billet family, contact Ramblers billet staff member Billie Chapman at email@example.com