ATTN U7 2014 and below programming, News (St. Thomas Minor Hockey)

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Sep 30, 2020 | Vicki Fenn | 1256 views
ATTN U7 2014 and below programming
St. Thomas Minor Hockey is pleased to announce that as of October 16, 2020 the City of St. Thomas has approved our request to allow 1 parent/guardian into the facility for our U7 (IP1/IP2) programming only, to assist with their child’s needs. 

We ask that all social distancing measures and protocols be adhered too, and your child must enter the facility fully dressed minus their skates, helmets and gloves.  A small duffle bag is permitted for carrying this equipment.

All participants and spectators MUST wear a mask when inside the facility and skaters can only remove their mask when helmets are put on right before entering onto the ice. 

Everyone (Spectators/Players/Coaches/Volunteers) entering the rink MUST have completed the COVID-19 assessment form found on the STMHA website.  

Covid Assessment Form

If you are helping to assist with the on-ice programming (Coaching, Watcher, etc.), you will be considered the 1 and only parent/guardian that can enter with your child – no additional parents are allowed.

Programming will start October 17th.  Keep an eye on our website for further information regarding times and rosters.  If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Ron Fish at 226-235-0068 via text or phone call directly. 
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