Update February 26th, News (Loyalist Township Minor Hockey)

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Update February 26th
Submitted By Paul Proderick on Fri 02 26, 21

We want to thank you again for continuing to work with us through this season and for how understanding and flexible you have remained during the year.  The Township now has confirmation that the W.J. Henderson arena has been selected as a location for a pop up COVID vaccination clinic by the KFLA Health Unit.  

In order to meet the timelines required to remove the ice and setup the facility for the clinic, ice rentals will end on Tuesday, March 16th 

We want to thank everyone for their hard work and dedication to this challenging season and for working with us to keep everyone safe while using the facility.  Everyone’s commitment to following the required procedures allowed us to continue providing a hockey experience for the youth of Loyalist Township.

At this time our schedule will continue as posted on the website at the WJ until March 14th. The availability of The Stone Mills arena in Tamworth has made it possible for Stone Mills and Frontenac to host some of our teams for games into April.

While for the second season in a row the end has been very disappointing we hope that the clinic will move the community towards better things in the fall. Please take advantage of the opportunities to be offered by the Health Unit.

Please watch the website for further information as we work to finish the season. Stay safe, we're in this together!

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