Barry's Skate

Keeping Kids on the Ice

The Barry Kulick Memorial Hardship Fund was established in 2006 in memory of my brother. This site works to inform and invite people to participate in our annual fundraiser, Barry's Skate.

Thank You!

I have been overwhelmed with the generosity of the donors to Barry's Hardship Fund; as are the families that we have been able to give financial support. The Fund has made over $32,000 in contributions to over forty-five families in need! There are many young hockey players on the ice thanks to your support! Barry would be very pleased.

Members

Barry Kulick

 

What is the Barry Kulick Memorial Hardship Fund?

Need information about Barry's Memorial Skate?

Our next Barry's Skate will be on March 1, 2014!  See the link for the invitation below for all of the details.  We hope that you can attend!!

 

BarrysMemorialSkateInvitation2014r.pdf

 

How do I apply to benefit from the Fund?

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Latest Activity

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"Here's a great video showing the spirit that is in hockey! http://youtu.be/daDix4ne8a8"
Jul 28, 2013
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Happy Birthday, Barry. 3 Replies

Started by Rick Kulick in Memories of Barry.... Last reply by Richard & Theresa Kulick Apr 28, 2012.

2012 Barry' Skate

Started by Rick Kulick in Barry's Skate Forums Apr 27, 2012.

2010 Skate

Started by Rick Kulick in Barry's Skate Forums Mar 31, 2010.

How can I make a donation to the Hardship Fund?

The Fund can always accept donations. If you are interested, you may make a cash donation or donate items to be raffled at the next event. Our raffles have included items such as event tickets, sports memorabilia, and various other prizes.

If you are interested in making a donation, please contact Rick Kulick at rkulick@umich.edu

Check out the prizes and see the Raffle Winners!

 
 
 

The Boys of Winter

“Hockey is a club that holds its members tightly, the bond forged by shared hardship and mutual passion, by every trip to the pond, where your feet hurt and your face is cold and you might get a stick in the ribs or a puck in the mouth, and you still can’t wait to get back out there because you are smitten with the sound of blades scraping against the ice and pucks clacking off sticks, and with the game’s speed and ever-changing geometry. It has a way of becoming the center of your life even when you’re not on the ice.” Wayne Coffey, The Boys of Winter.

Pond Hockey

Barry and I on our parents lake. Countless hours were spent on this ice!

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