March 16th UPDATE -- PLEASE READ, News (Gananoque Minor Hockey)

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Mar 16, 2021 | Administration | 868 views
GMHA received this from The Town today ...

Our health unit is experiencing a daily increase in COVID cases. As of yesterday numbers rose enough that would move the health unit from yellow (protect) to orange (restrict). This does have an impact on the Gananoque & TLTI Recreation Centre.   

A  few reminders…
- No spectators are allowed with the exception of minors who are allowed one parent/guardian to accompany them to the facility. No additional adults and or siblings/children who are not participating may attend (moving forward no exceptions will be made).

- Screening is mandatory. Require contact information for all members of the public that enter the facility. Screening forms/contact sheets must be provided to staff at the time of rental.
- Face coverings are mandatory. Players are to take off just before going on the ice and put back on as they come off the ice
- Everyone must enter through the front door
- Play must be modified to avoid physical contact, maximum 50 people per league  

We have 13 days left in the 2020-2021 ice season. The cooperation of all in following the protocols is appreciated.  

Kari Lambe
Manager of Community Services
The Corporation of the Town of Gananoque 
Tim Horton's
THE FIRST GOAL IS HAVING FUN. The Timbits Minor Sports Program is a community-oriented sponsorship program that provides opportunities for kids aged four to nine to play house league sports. The philosophy of the program is not based on winning or losing, but on learning a new sport, making new friends, and just being a kid. Tim Hortons currently supports more than 300,000 children on teams in hockey, soccer, ringette, lacrosse, softball and baseball leagues in Canada. Our sponsorship includes jerseys, coaching tools, participation medals and a local “Timbits Jamboree” to help kick off, or wrap up each season. For more information on registering for a Timbits Program in your community, please contact your local minor sports association.