A Busy June
June is shaping up to be a busy month on the hockey front, mostly on the NYCGHA organizational front.
I just got done with an interview with a Village Voice writer who is doing a piece on the GayGames/Outgames coming up in July. I’m also coordinating with him to get other NYCGHA members who are going to Montreal to also do interviews, as well as trying to work with them on a photo session.
Of course, the Chelsea Challenge is coming up in three weeks, and that’s certainly kicking up work. But that’s all a good thing. It’s going to be fun to play in that, as always, and the event will be a blast! I’m working on press for that as well and hopefully that will go well!
June also gets the NYCGHA’s summer ice clinics going, starting at the end of the month. It will be great to do those again because practice is always good!
And, in a very cool turn of events, it sounds like I’ll be going with the NYCGHA board to a reception at Gracie Mansion (that’s the Mayor’s mansion) during Pride Week. More on that as I get more details on it.
Now if only the teams I play on can break their loosing streaks. The Ordinals went down 1-7 last night and Storm lost 2-9.