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Lock Down to Impact Ayr Minor Hockey
Submitted By M Thibeau on Monday, December 21, 2020
Monday, December 21, 2020 

Subject: Registration for the Second Half of the Season 

To Our Valued Hockey Family, 

Your AMHA board has been working for many weeks organizing the hockey programming scheduled to  begin January 4th, 2021. 

As you are likely aware, the Province of Ontario announced their intention to move into COVID-19 lockdown on December 26th. The move to Grey will result in Ayr Minor Hockey being unable to provide any hockey programming until such time as the Government deems it safe to do so.  

Considering the uncertainty of the timeline surrounding when we can safely resume hockey programming,  AMHA has made the decision
to refund the registration fees to those who registered for our second season of programming. 

AMHA will need to issue refund cheques to some 200+ participants, which will take a little time to process.  We ask for your patience while we make every effort to process the refunds. We will be using the  addresses associated with your Hockey Canada profile to mail the refunds. If you are aware of a discrepancy with this information, we ask that you email [email protected] with the changes. We will be asking to verify any request to change address before processing. 

AMHA will continue to monitor the messaging from the Region and the Province and keep our membership informed should we be able to return to programming. 

In closing, I would like to thank every parent, player, coach, trainer, sponsor, Township of North Dumfries staff & council member and your AMHA Board of Directors for their support in making the first half of the season a success. I also wish to extend the very best wishes from your AMHA Board of Directors to our hockey family.  

Be safe during the holiday season so we can all come together again soon to enjoy and each other’s company, and the game we love. 

Regards, 

Mike Thibeau 

President 

Ayr Minor Hockey Association


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