Update July 26, News (Loyalist Township Minor Hockey)

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Update July 26
Submitted By Paul Proderick on Sat 07 25, 20
The LTMHA Executive is planning for a safe, cautious yet ambitious return to the ice for 2020-21. What hockey will look like continues to be shaped by our minor hockey governing bodies, governments, local public health officials and Loyalist Township staff both at the elected officials level and at the arena level.

Nobody can predict the future, but it seems very likely that centre to centre travel will be restricted or prohibited for at least part of the 2020-21 season. As well, many new mandatory health protocols will be in place for participants, parents, and spectators. Further speculation would be very unhelpful at this point, but guided by these assumptions, we expect to begin our 2020-21 hockey season with ‘in-house’ programming.

As protocols and restrictions evolve, LTMHA will adapt to provide the best hockey experience. We have met with neighbouring associations, including Frontenac and Napanee and have discussed working together, cooperating wherever allowable and feasible.

As we wait for direction, please consider getting involved this year. More than ever, our association will rely on volunteers to ensure a safe, challenging, and rewarding hockey season for all.

If you have not done so please complete our intent to register form to help us plan for the upcoming season.

Please continue to follow our website for updates.
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