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Intent To Register
Submitted By Dan Dowling on Thursday, August 6, 2020
Hello folks,

In the interest of the planning required for this season of hockey and in order to provide a season of hockey with a heightened level of health and safety concerns, NDMHA is asking you to fill out a brief survey.  

LINK:   Intent To Register      (you can find link on the menu bar; far left)

The information contained therein will provide the executive with insight into the planning process.  We can't say at this time what that may look like or if it shares any semblance of our programs available in the past, but we will do our best to offer what we can in the safest way possible.  

Once we have compiled the data, we will proceed with the development of programs and registration packages.  
Hockey is making its way back and we're here to help facilitate the safest way possible.  It will take some time to organize our plans and if you can provide your help, please consider volunteering for us this season.  




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