Here we go again .... Hockey suspended as at January 5th, News (Gananoque Minor Hockey)

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Jan 03, 2022 | Administration | 523 views
Here we go again .... Hockey suspended as at January 5th
As a result of today's announcement by the Ontario Government we have been advised by the Town of Gananoque that the rink will be closed until further notice. Therefore we, unfortunately, are forced to suspend ALL hockey programming until January 26th 2022 (21 days) or until advised otherwise.

We are all frustrated by the decision but please be patient as we will monitor direction from the Town and the Ontario Government to see how the season will continue on or beyond Jan 26th.

All programming January 3rd and January 4th will continue as normal. 

~ GMHA Executive 

email received from the Town.....

Hello User Groups (Lou Jeffries Arena – Gananoque),

After the announcement this morning, The Ontario Government has issued several new COVID-19 public health measures as the province struggles to contain the spread of Omicron.

New measures and closures will take effect on Wednesday, Jan 5, 2022 at 12:01 a.m. These measures will be in place for at least 21 days (until Jan. 26).

This includes any indoor sport and recreational facilities, therefore the Lou Jeffries Arena, including ice and hall rentals, will be Closed until further notice.

 

Should you require anything of yours that is stored here, please contact me directly to arrange a pick up prior to Wednesday, Jan 5, 2022.

We will keep in touch with you when notified and as new regulations take place.

 

Stay safe,

Lori Higgs

Marina & Recreation Coordinator

The Corporation of the Town of Gananoque

30 King Street East

Gananoque, ON K7G 1E9

 

613-382-2149 x1414 (winter) 613-382-2149 x1514 (summer)

 

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