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Aug 26, 2022 | PEMAA | 519 views
Payment Reminder!
Friendly reminder…the initial payment for hockey registration for all rostered players is due September 3rd.

(Wait listed players are asked to remit payment after they are added to a roster)
2022-2023 Registration Fees are as follows:
Point Residents U5 $250.00
Out of Area U5 $300.00
Full amount due Sept 3, 2022
Point Residents U7 - U18 $550.00
Out of Area Residents U7-18 $600.00
Point Residents remit $300.00 per player by September 3, 2022
Out of Area Residents remit $350.00 per player by September 3, 2022
Reminder: the slight increase from previous years is due to the elimination of gate fees. Families will no longer need to pay admission to away games.
The remainder of the balance of registration fees are due January
Half of your registration fees are due on January 7, 2023
Folks are welcome to pay the full registration fee should they prefer to do so.
We are able to accept cash, cheque, bank draft and electronic funds transfer. EFT’s can be sent to
(EFT’s please add your players name(s) in the comment or memo section)
Please reach out to [email protected] should you require support, further flexibility and or a creative payment plan.
Due to insurability requirements, the first installment of registration fees MUST be remitted and all paperwork signed before participants can hit the ice!
We are unable to offer refunds for any COVID related interruptions in programming.
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