Block 1 to start September 14, News (Quinte West Minor Hockey Association)

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Block 1 to start September 14
Submitted By Kim Thurston on Wednesday, September 9, 2020
We are almost ready to welcome you back to the rink.  Our numbers are smaller for this first block compared to what we are use to, but one thing is for sure - we have some very eager hockey players and we cannot wait to get as many players as we safely can back on the ice.

Things will look differently as we start up and we appreciate everyone's patience as we work through our new normal.

It will be important for parents and players to be flexible in their thinking and in their expectations this season.  We will continue to adapt our program as the current climate evolves.

We ask that you review our approved Return to Play document.  We will be referring to this document often and must adhere to it to ensure the safety of all our players.  

All players and spectators will have to complete the pre health screening using the Team Snap app.  You will be receiving an invite and will need to accept.  Players and spectators that have not completed the health screening or failed the screening will not be permitted to attend the scheduled ice time.

The ice schedule for block 1 is now finalized (yellow highlights are tier 2).  We are hopeful that as we progress and the city opens other ice pads we will be able to schedule more ice times per week per group and accept more players to our program.

We thank you for your continued patience and understanding.

We will see you at the rink!

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