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House League Program this Weekend
Submitted By webmaster on Wednesday, November 25, 2020
To our CMHA House League Families,
Thank you for responding to the Survey we sent to you this past weekend.  The responses provided valuable information as we try to navigate participation in the Red Zone.

From you responses, it is clear that for the U16-21 Division is not interested in Training so we will suspend the division until we revert back to Orange and games can begin again.

For U7-U14, it is clear that some wish to continue and we will look at the viability of offering programming for the 3 weekends in December.

For the U15 division, we will send out a new 1 question survey, to confirm whether there is interest in training in the Red Zone.

As a result, we will suspend House League hockey for this coming weekend.  

As an FYI concerning cost, o
ne hour per week with 8 players on the ice is approximately $24.00 per participant per ice time.  If there are less than 8, the cost per player would bemore.
For any division of 5, they would be on the ice less than once per week unless we have open ice from another division having less than 4 teams.

Message from CMHA President John Morton:
Please be patient as it is an enormous undertaking to rework HL divisions.  Angry emails or phone calls to our Volunteers will not be tolerated.  Our volunteers work tirelessly to provide programming for our members.  The situation we are in is not their fault.

John Morton,
President, CMHA
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