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Calling all IP,Tyke and Novice Parents.
Submitted By Mark Ramsay on Mon 07 31, 17
Hockey Canada has revised the following age groups. IP, Tyke and Novice. There are some changes you should know about. A representative from the board will be at our FREE dryland training sessions the next two Thursdays evenings at the Glencoe high school track, 6pm, for any questions you may have and information on the changes.

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Hockey Canada, and in turn OMHA have revised the age guidelines for the following programs:







These guidelines MAY affect your son/daughter for the upcoming season. We have reviewed the registrations completed to date and want to ensure that parents are aware of the changes and have an opportunity to discuss how this impacts their child(ren) prior to tryouts or the beginning of the season.


I will be attending the dryland training at the high school on Thursday August 3 at Thursday August 10 at 6pm to review and answer any questions you have.


*If your child is registered for Initiation/Beginner or Mite – they are not impacted this year*


Sarah MacGinnis

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