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Sep 26, 2020 | Mark Holmes | 870 views
Reminder: Forms needed at first skate and subsequent skates
Please be prepared for your first ice time. The following outlines what needs to be handed in at the first skate, and subsequent skates.

For those players starting tomorrow, monday with respect to the peewee division and next Saturday for the initiation division, the following forms need to be handed in at the EECC prior to the first skate...

1. Facility Waiver x 3 (keep one in your child's bag, turn two in to AMHA at first skate)

There are two listed on the website under covid 19 information. Coaches need to hand in the coaches/volunteer waiver, participants need to hand in the participants waiver.

2. Covid 19 Health screen 

3. You will be required to sign in with the facility to enter the building.

Subsequent skates:

1. Covid 19 form to your trainer

2. Sign in to access the complex.

There will be a board member present at the first skate to guide families through the process.

Please print and sign the forms prior to arriving at the complex to make this process seamless.

This is also a reminder that we are limited to 25 person on the ice and 50 in the building. The AMHA has been informed that spectators are limited to family member of minors. The AMHA is still in conversation with the complex on what constitute a minor, but for now, this includes those 10 and under.

Families need to understand that children count as a person. As such, bringing a sibling or another member of your family to the skate, could unfairly limit access of parents of other participants in that group.

We all need to co-operate to ensure our skates run as smoothly as possible.

The AMHA understands that the process could be a source of frustration to parents, however, understand that there are neighboring facilities in St. Thomas and Tillsonburg that are prohibiting spectators all together.

Stay tuned for more information.

Tim Hortons
The Timbits Minor Sports Program is a community-oriented sponsorship program for children four to eight years old who participate in local house league sports teams. The program's philosophy is not based on winning or losing - but on learning a new sport, making new friends, and just taking time out to be a kid. Tim Hortons currently sponsors over 200,000 children who play on hockey, soccer, lacrosse, t-ball, baseball and ringette teams across Canada and in the United States. Each sponsored team is supplied with Timbits Minor Sports jerseys or T-shirts. Timbits hockey teams are often given the opportunity to play on-ice scrimmages during intermissions at Junior, American Hockey League (AHL) and National Hockey League (NHL) games.