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GAHA -TimBits Beginners Program

Registration Instructions

Step 1: 

Register with USA Hockey online at Have your credit card handy to make USA Hockey Registration payment if your child is age appropriate. Retain a copy of you USA Hockey confirmation number.

Step 2: 

Register with GAHA online by clicking the registration tab on this sites homepage. You will then be taken through a step by step registration process. You can click pay offline at the end of the process if you would like to pay by check or cash. Payments can be mailed to GAHA PO Box 9 Batavia NY 14020, or drop them in the lock box located in the managers office on the opposite side of the hall from the warming area. You will need your USA Hockey confirmation number to begin the process. Instructions for registering with GAHA are on the front page of the website.

** If you are having difficulty registering with either USA Hockey or GAHA contact GAHA

Registrar, Susan Ryan @


Step 3: 

Mail payment to GAHA P.O. Box 9, Batavia NY 14020. Checks should be made out to GAHA.  Please include note with player name and Beginners, for accounting ease.

** Players must be registered with USA Hockey and GAHA prior to October 2nd in order to take the ice. Ice fees must be paid as well.

See the GAHA website for information on required equipment needs and other useful information. Please contact , Beginner Coordinator Sharon Valyear-Gray @  with any questions you may have.

Genesee Amateur Hockey Association, Inc


For those families interested in the 2018 - 2019 Beginner Hockey Program, please contact the following:

Sharon Valyear-Gray

Coordinator  (Players)



Bob Gray

Coordinator (Coach and On Ice Helpers)


Sharon & Bob look forward to working with all of the new Beginner skaters – the first session will begin on October 8th.

Call or email us now to receive a booklet on the program.

Ramparts Nation

The Genesee Amateur Hockey Association extends our Heartfelt Thoughts and Prayers to the family of Brayden Salvaterra who passed away unexpectedly on Monday morning.  Brayden is the five year old son of Bridget Towers and Michael Salvaterra of Elba.  Little Brayden has participated in GAHA’s Timbit Beginners program during the 2015-16 and 2016-17 season.  He would arrive at the Rink with a smile from ear to ear and express so much enthusiasm in his hockey practices.   With special thoughts of you and your families at this difficult time.  May time bring you peace and comfort.