Provincial Shutdown, News (Napanee District Minor Hockey)

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Provincial Shutdown
Submitted By Dan Dowling on Wednesday, December 23, 2020
NDMHA Members,

The NDMH Executive wanted to take this opportunity to communicate with the membership regarding the recent government announcement regarding the provincial shutdown.

NDMH activities will end as of December 23, 2020. The earliest possible return to play date would be January 24, 2021 under the government’s plan. 

During the closure, the NDMH Executive will be meeting in order to review the most current health information and to plan for our return to ice, if possible. 

January payments for players will be suspended. It is too soon to determine the status of February payments. Any relevant refunds will be assessed at the end of the season. 

As information becomes available to us, we will share it with the membership as soon as possible. 

Take care and stay safe,

NDMH Executive 
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