After approaching Wazyata Public Schools about needed updates to the locker rooms in the ice arena, Wayzata Youth Hockey teams are finally using lockers that suit their needs. Wazyata High School varsity hockey players will also be able to use the newly improved space.
At a Jan. 14 school board meeting, Superintendent Chance Anderson thanked the Wayzata Youth Hockey Association for the group’s donation to the community’s ice arena.
The association provided $15,324 to help provide new flooring and lockers designed for hockey equipment. Wayzata Public Schools building and grounds staff helped paint and install the lockers over the summer, and staff continues to work together with Wayzata Youth Hockey to main the community asset.
“We’d like to extend our gratitude to Wayzata Youth Hockey for their generous donation to improve this facility,” Anderson said in school board documents.