Safe distanced drive by parade! - Updated with time slots., News (Point Edward Minor Athletic Association)

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Sep 28, 2020 | Darryl Terpstra | 825 views
Safe distanced drive by parade! - Updated with time slots.
Mark your calendars, dig out that Blackhawks spirit wear! Make a sign and deck out your vehicle and get ready to “toot your own horn”

Sunday, October 4th, we are hosting a safe distanced drive by parade at the Point Edward Arena! Beginning at noon, each team will be scheduled a 30-minute time slot to drive through, we will post the schedule and forward it to Coaches from last year to share with their families.  

Our plan is to celebrate our 2019-2020 season that ended so abruptly and kick off our 2020-2021 season! Award winners from last season will receive their awards and all players will be given their “yearend gift”. We realize it isn’t the same as our super fun year end banquet but wanted to make sure we had a safe plan/opportunity to celebrate our players and their families.

We must insist, no gathering or visiting outside or vehicles as we need to observe Provincial Guidelines and prioritize safety.

Can’t wait to see everyone! Bring your Blackhawk spirit and pride, it’s what sets us apart!! πŸ‘πŸŽ‰πŸ’ͺ

Ps. If you can’t make your time slot, let us know and you can tag along with along with another team! If you can’t attend at all, you can collect your goodies the first week back to hockey or make arrangements for a porch pick up!

Schedule (schedule is based upon the division your player played last year)  
12pm-12:30pm -     Pre School and IP 5
12:45pm- 1:15pm-   IP6
1:30pm-2:00pm  -    Minor Novice
2:15pm- 2:45pm -    Major Novice 
3pm- 3:30pm -         Atom
3:45pm-4:15pm -     Peewee
4:30pm- 5pm -         Bantam
5:15pm -5:45pm -    Midget
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