First Skates completed, News (Aylmer Minor Hockey Association)

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Sep 27, 2020 | Mark Holmes | 842 views
First Skates completed
The first skate of the season took place this am. It was nice to see familiar faces and and our young novice skaters on the ice.

Thank you parents for your patience this am. There have been growing pains but we are moving forward. Rest assured, things will get easier.

Reminder to all parents once again, to print and bring the following forms to the complex for your child's first skate.

1. 2 Participant Waivers (1 for the complex, 1 for AMHA)
2. 1 COVID 19 health screen for your team to collect (we will collect for your team on day 1, but after that a rep from your team will collect and store them)

After your child's first skate, the following has to be brought to every skate.

1. 1 COVID 19 health screen.

Upon which time that MBsportsweb introduces their app, you will then only need to sign into the app that your child has passed the screen. This is not yet available.

We will have a few forms as needed, but it makes the process easier if you bring your own forms.

Make sure you print off the correct waiver form as one is for participants, and one is for the coaches/volunteers. They are labelled correctly on the website under the covid information tab.

Thank  you all for being patient as we work through this process.
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.