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Is your child interested in supplemental skills development?
Submitted By Mark Holmes on Tuesday, August 1, 2017
The AMHA is pleased to announce supplemental skating development skills clinics in the fall of 2017. 

After hearing positive feedback from coaches and parents regarding the skills clinics offered in 2016, the AMHA has decided to once again offer skating development clinics in 2017. The AMHA has contracted TAG Hockey to direct these clinics commencing Saturday October 7th, 2017. 

For further information regarding these clinics, please navigate the home page and click on clinics where you will find additional information regarding cost, dates and times. Should you decide to enroll your child in the clinics, first come first serve, please contact Shane Deutsch to reserve your spot.

Shane Deutsch
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