Information Update, News (Brock Minor Hockey Association)

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Sep 08, 2020 | Bogrady | 609 views
Information Update
We are sure you have many questions about the upcoming season! We are definitely asking lots of questions too. We don’t have concrete answer as we are waiting on several factors including decisions from our township about ice and arenas (they will be meeting on Friday to make some decisions in this regard).

Here are some things we can answer: 

-We are required to play within our own Public Health Region (for BMHA that is Durham Public Health) this limits the teams that we can play that we are used to playing (as an example, we will not be permitted to play Mariposa)

-We are still moving forward with our 2020/2021 season planning. 

-We have been working to prepare schedules and costs (Please note that information is subject to change depending on arena availability, which has yet to be determined)

-BMHA executive have discussed different scenarios in the event that things don’t go as planned and will release details on those secondary plans when/if necessary.

We are very grateful for your patience and understanding as we work with OMHA, Brock township, Public Health, and other associations to get our season going. This is not your typical season and as new information comes in, we may have to assess and reassess our plans. 

We look forward to getting our kids back on the ice with our focus on their health and safety! 

At this point BMHA only requires a $100 deposit per player, which is due Friday September 18th, 2020.
Etransfers can be sent to  [email protected] 
A security password is required, an email will be sent to all members with the security answer that we’d prefer that you use. 

OMHA has put out the following for our information

Thank you 
Brock Minor Hockey Association
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