Arena Facility Reopening Plan, News (Point Edward Minor Athletic Association)

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Sep 11, 2020 | Darryl Terpstra | 1002 views
Arena Facility Reopening Plan
FYI Blackhawks parents....
Please take the time to read and process the below information related to the Point Edward Arena Facility Reopening Plan.

PEMAA will also be posting our “PEMAA Return to Play Plan” in the near future, however, the following is Step One of gaining a clear understanding of the expectations, rules and protocols we MUST follow in order to be allowed to rent ice and use the facility.

PEMAA wishes to thank the Village for providing this plan as a starting point to resuming programming. It will be crucial for all players, parents, bench staff and volunteers to adhere to the rules and protocol. As the plan outlines, failure to do so could result in our rental privileges being suspended or revoked. Our partnership with our Rink/Village Staff and Council hinges upon mutual respect and excellent collaboration. We have every confidence our members will conduct themselves accordingly. There will be an opportunity to ask questions and seek clarification...most likely during a virtual meeting.

Further details to follow.

Please review the Point Edward Memorial Arena COVID-19 Reopening Plan

Thank you,

PEMAA Administration

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