Near Year End Survey, News (Cambridge Minor Lacrosse)

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Jul 20, 2015 | Gary Swift | 1150 views
Near Year End Survey

As the end of our season approaches, our 2015 survey is now available.

Our goal at CMLA is to make lacrosse as enjoyable as possible for all of our players and extended lacrosse family.  We welcome input from Players and Parents. Please take a few minutes to complete our 2015 survey. All names will be kept strictly confidential.  Results will be used to give us feedback regarding coaches and to help gauge how our lacrosse family thought the season went.

We do our best to make lacrosse an enjoyable and above all, fun experience. We also realize that there is ALWAYS room for improvement. We are open to comments and suggestions from our member, and are willing to talk to any members on an individual basis with any comments they may have for us!

The Survey will take approximately 5 minutes to complete, and can be found here:

 2015 CMLA Survey

If you have any questions, or wish to speak directly to a member, please contact Gary Swift using the information below:

[email protected]


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