Alumni to support initiatives that build on Broncos' hockey excellence
The newly-formed Humboldt Broncos Alumni Association (HBAA) is pleased to announce it has been endorsed by the board of directors of the Humboldt Broncos’ hockey club.
Founded by Bronco alumni spanning a number of different eras, the HBAA will promote the general welfare of the Humboldt Broncos hockey club, and foster the engagement of all alumni and friends of the organization amassed over the 48-year history of Broncos hockey. The Alumni Association is an autonomous entity, independent of the Humboldt Broncos, though the two will enjoy a symbiotic relationship. Its intent is to support initiatives that build on Broncos' hockey excellence in its commitment to its players, team and community, with more specific details to be disclosed in due course. Funds raised by the HBAA will be independently managed by a board of directors comprised of representatives from the Alumni Association, the Humboldt Broncos, independent directors, and representatives from the community of Humboldt.
“The Humboldt Broncos Alumni Association is honored and excited to be working with the Bronco organization, former Broncos and the community of Humboldt,” said Bob Bachynski, managing director of the HBAA. “We believe its inception will further solidify the special bond we all have as part of the Bronco family.”
“The Humboldt Broncos are looking forward to working with the Humboldt Broncos Alumni Association with our aligned vision and goals,” said Kevin Garinger, president of the Humboldt Broncos. “Our club’s endorsement of this organization recognizes the lifelong relationships formed by Broncos players and supporters, many of which have been rekindled in light of the recent tragedy impacting our club.”
The HBAA invites as many former Broncos as possible to play a major role in the long-term support of their alma mater. Therefore, all former players, coaches, staff, and board members are invited to participate and play a vital role in its long-term facilitation.
Interested individuals can visit www.humboldtbroncosalumni.com for more information.
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