Session One of Development/Skills and Inter-squad Play is coming to an end, News (Point Edward Minor Athletic Association)

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Oct 27, 2020 | Darryl Terpstra | 728 views
Session One of Development/Skills and Inter-squad Play is coming to an end
Dear Blackhawk Families,

Our first session of development/modified play is fast approaching its end date.

Any players NOT wanting to continue on in our second session will need to let us know as soon as possible (by October 31, 2020) as withdrawals will impact roster size, insurance, etc.  We will of course  do our best to replace any players who choose to withdraw, keeping in mind; the stipulation around returning to the Center you played with last season or playing in your home Association.

For those wishing to continue, your second registration payment is due the week of November 4th (during your player’s practice time) with the deadline being their game time on November 7th.  This gives parents ample opportunity to remit their cheque, cash or bank draft to the Board Member in attendance during those times.  The cost is:

$200 for Point Edward Residents
$225 for Sarnia and surrounding area

(A third session will be due in the New Year , same cost as above)

Any family experiencing financial hardship and wishing to discuss in confidence, a payment plan/subsidy, is encouraged to contact PEMAA@pointminor.ca
 
 
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