Hockey time again!, News (Point Edward Minor Athletic Association)

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Feb 14, 2021 | Liz Page | 1254 views
Hockey time again!
Hi Everyone,
Thank you for your patience, it’s been a bit of an emotional roller coaster and uphill climb, but we have some great news to share!
As you are aware, our “regular season” ended abruptly with the most recent lockdown and we had lost hope we would get back to the rink....

We have since learned, Lambton Public Health will not be needing the rink until at least March 15th and Sarnia Lambton will be reopening in the Orange Level. This means, we are able to return to the area adhering to the restrictions we had become accustomed to, in place.

The arena will be opening on Tuesday however, our first ice time would not be until Thursday. More details WILL follow.

We will be posting the Village Facility Reopening Plan as well and ask that everyone review it in detail, particularly the information pertinent to Level

Programming will be offered February 18-March 15 at no further cost to participants. Your player’s participation is of course voluntary. We appreciate your cooperation with the protocol and your patience with the ever-changing landscape.

In the meantime, dust off that equipment, label your water bottle and log back into your online prescreening account to make sure it’s still active!

We are very much looking forward to seeing the players back on the ice, enjoying some fresh air, exercise and fun with their teammates and Coaches.

The Sarnia Sting is proud to announce the launch of the Sting Assists Community Fund. Sting Assists was built on best practices in sport and community philanthropy, with a made-in-Sarnia-Lambton approach. Our ongoing goal is to help people in need in our community and make the Sarnia Lambton area a better place to live for all. The fund collects donations through community outreach events such as golf tournaments, 50/50 draws, jersey raffles and various online auctions.
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