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Registration Made Easier
Submitted By Lisa Smith on Thursday, April 29, 2010
How can you make this year's hockey registration easier?

Register early and spread out your payments. St. Thomas Minor Hockey offers a great payment plan, that will let you make smaller payments from now until August 30th. 

Submitt your registration by May 15th and your bi-monthly payments can be as low as $43.75!

How does it work?

When you register your child a $100 deposit is required and we will accept payments for the 15th and 30th of each month.

Here is a breakdown for:

A House League player:

General Registration Fee $425 + Lottery Fee $25 =  $450 - $100 (deposit) = $350/8 bimonthly payments = $43.75

Travel Player with Body Checking Clinic:

General Registration $425 + Lottery Fee $25 + Tryout $50 + Body Checking $35 = $535 - $100 = $435/8 = $54.38

If you would prefer to make payments once a month we can to that too.

Notes:
- post dated cheques will only be accepted for the 15th and 30th, cheques not dated correctly will be deposited on the next closest deposit date.
- Returned cheques will be charged a $25 NSF fee, and must be paid immediately or future payments will be suspended.

Registration Dates and Times:

Tuesday May 4th 6-9pm St. Thomas Timken Community Centre
Saturday June 12th – 10am to 1pm, St. Thomas Timken Community Centre
Tuesday June 29th 6-9pm, St. Thomas Timken Community Centre

click here for further Registration Information 

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