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Ayr Flames Return to Hockey Update
Submitted By Mike Thibeau on Thursday, August 27, 2020
Your AMHA Board of Directors have been working behind the scenes to plan for a great hockey program given the current circumstances.

Should our region continue to positively progress through the Covid-19 reopening stages, players and parents can expect that AHMA will begin on-ice practice activities as well as skill development sessions in compliance with our local health unit’s recommendations and OHF guidelines later this September.

AMHA is exploring a number of options for hockey programs available to our members and will communicate these shortly. Registration fees will be based on the participation and what type of program we can commit to. Current options are a strictly in-house program or a hybrid program where teams would compete with other centres in our health unit as well as in-house practice and play. Please note that AMHA’s current plans are to run a hockey program from September through the end of December. At that time further programing and structure/fees for the remainder of the season will be planned based on up to date OHF guidelines.

 

Be advised that due to a significant reduction in available ice this season, as well as public health limits, AMHA unfortunately will be limiting the number of participants we can accept this season to a maximum of 50 per age group.

 

Participants will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis. Families who register late will be placed on a waiting list.

 

DEADLINE FOR FALL REGISTRATION IS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12TH 2020 at 6 p.m.

 

To register, please visit:

https://registration.hockeycanada.ca/Registration/AccountLogin.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2fregistration%2f%3fID%3d5263&ID=5263


Thank you and please follow our social media and web pages for more information.

 

Best Regards,

Mike Thibeau

President

Ayr Minor Hockey Association


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