October 5th Update, News (Loyalist Township Minor Hockey)

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October 5th Update
Submitted By Paul Proderick on Sat 10 03, 20
Ice times are posted and will remain fairly constant during the week with variations in ice times during the weekends once inter community games begin. Parents will receive an email from the appropriate Vice President in the next few days. Please be patient as we roll out the next segment.

Please check the website on a regular basis and sign up for manage your subscriptions on our home page which will send you last minute schedule changes to your email or cell phone. Many teams will use Team Snap once play begins.

As of this writing we have done 1,048 COVID Screen rings and the process is woking well. A few reminders
  • please put in players full name
  • a complete phone number is needed
  • as parents are not permitted in the U15 and U18 groups the companion should be filled in as "none"
  • the person bringing a player in the U13 and under groups must be the person who enters the data as we've had a few players/adults not knowing if it was done or not
Once teams are designated we will be reaching out to parents to help with the screening process for their individual team. We need your help in this.

Keep practicing good habits and hopefully better times are on the way.
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