Reminder for TAG Development and Future Pro Goalie Development Sessions, News (Aylmer Minor Hockey Association)

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Sep 10, 2021 | Mark Holmes | 332 views
Reminder for TAG Development and Future Pro Goalie Development Sessions
Shane Deutsch would like to remind all who are attending the TAG development sessions on Saturday and the Sunday Goalie Development session with Future Pro, that if you have not sent an e-transfer for $45.00 to [email protected], please bring $45.00 cash. There will not be cash exchange so please bring the exact amount.

You need to be on the list to participate. Please don't just show up.

Screening:
Remember to print off an AMHA screen from our website and hand it in, and sign in with the EECC screen as well.

Again, yes redundant, but part of the contract requirement we have to participate.



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