Skills Skate Updates - Start Date Oct 7, News (Aylmer Minor Hockey Association)

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Sep 24, 2017 | Mark Holmes | 632 views
Skills Skate Updates - Start Date Oct 7
There are limited spots remaining in the novice and atom divisions. More support is needed in the peewee/bantam division.

TAG skills skates commence October 7, 2017. 

On the calendar you will see Group 1 - Novice age group, Group 2 - Atom age group, Group 3 - Peewee/bantam age group and relevant ice times.

There are limited spots available for the novice and atom age groups. In the peewee and bantam age group, we need a considerable number of additional participants to run this group. If we do not fill these age groups by September 30th, we will open our skates up to other organizations to fill the skates.

The cost for 8 sessions is $40.00 and this is a considerable discount from what it would regularly cost for TAG sessions.

The AMHA is committed to providing supplemental skill development, so please take advantage of these sessions. 

Should you have any questions or wish to sign your child up, email [email protected]

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