The Knoxville Ice Bears Booster Club (KIBBC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting the needs of the players and the the families of the Knoxville Ice Bears Hockey Team.
We are a caring and enthusiastic group who hold fundraiser's throughout the year to support our mission of making Knoxville a great place for the our players to call home.
Our mission is to make the Knoxville Ice Bears as comfortable during their time in Knoxville, to make them feel welcome in our community, and to introduce and
promote hockey and the Ice Bears to members of the public.
Booster Club Bylaws
You can download a copy of the Booster Club Bylaws by clicking
here (PDF document).
Booster Club Officers
Member At Large:
A great big Thank You to Jody Mullins and Toni Carroll for all of your hard work and dedication to the Booster Club over the last few years!!!
Knoxville Ice Bears Booster Club was founded to assist our players with various needs throughout the year. We assist arriving players by moving needed items into their apartments. The club also provides beds, various kitchen items, and other miscellaneous items that helps provide a home like atmosphere for the players.
Through out the year you will get to meet the players, join them during our Thanksgiving Dinner and Christmas Dinner; play billiards, bowl and sing karaoke with all of the players; help prepare and serve dinners, help us move players into their apartment at the start of the season and once the season is over. It is lots of fun and excitement as you can take part in many of the other events though out the year.
Membership Application Form
You can download a copy of the Membership Application Form by clicking
here (PDF document).
When the former Knoxville Ice Bears player Paul Lynch Jr. suddenly and shockingly passed away in 2010, his family wanted to create a legacy. In conjunction with the Knoxville Ice Bears Booster Club (KIBBC) and the Knoxville Amateur Hockey Association (KAHA), the Lynch family established the Paul Lynch Jr. Memorial Scholarship program which will award money to youth hockey players to help pay league fees that might otherwise keep them from playing hockey.
The KIBBC has set up a committee that has set the criteria for the scholarship program in consultation with the Lynch family. They are also working closely with former Ice Bears player KJ Voorhees who is the Director of Hockey Operations at Cool Sports at the Icearium and the KAHA board to implement the application process.