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Submitted By KMHA on Monday, October 12, 2020
Welcome back to Hockey Ice Pirate Players and families.  

At this time KMHA and its Ice Pirate program are very happy to provide some details around program start up.  Junior, Intermediate and Senior teams will be heading to the ice after thanksgiving in October. Registration for these levels is now open. Each team will have modified safety protocols that will be shared with every family before coming to the rink. We ask that you make yourself and or your player aware of the changes and be prepared to participate in the safety practices for everyone’s shared well-being.

An update for our Fundamental Program families, we are working diligently with Region of Waterloo Public Health, the Province and our governing bodies to develop  our safety practices and protocols, train our volunteers and ensure that enough Personal Protective Equipment is ready for our volunteers and participants. These measures will help to ensure a safe and productive program for all involved. We will open registration for this level as soon as it is safe to do so.  This will allow time for families to register, prepare and adjust their schedules before we begin. Please keep your eyes peeled as we know the players are excited to return.

 

Kirsten Carr
KMHA Director of Inclusive Hockey
Icepirates GM
[email protected] 

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