Update on remainder of the 20\21 season., News (Point Edward Minor Athletic Association)

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Feb 03, 2021 | Liz Page | 837 views
Update on remainder of the 20\21 season.
Good Morning Blackhawk families, 
We share this news with mixed feelings. The Village of Point Edward and the Lambton Public Health unit have communicated The Point Edward Arena and Community Hall will soon be utilized as Immunization Clinic Locations.

We are both proud and pleased our community has stepped up to be part of the solution around the enormous undertaking of immunizing community members. We are mindful of the scope and coordination that task that entails.  
Although we held out hope we might be able to hit the ice for a few weeks and have some "closure" and connect with our players and families, with this news; our current season is officially over.  
In the coming weeks, we will be reaching out to our Coaches, Bench-staff and Families to thank everyone for their support, positivity and contribution to our most unusual season ever.  We will need to ensure all jerseys/equipment etc. are returned.  
We cannot thank you enough for your steadfast support of Point Edward Minor Hockey.  We will continue to keep you updated around how hockey will look in the 2021-2022 season, discussions, decisions and plans are in the works as we speak!

For further information regarding the Lambton COVID-19 Immunization Task Force Update – February 2, please see the link below 

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