Season Updates, News (Dorchester Minor Hockey Association)

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Season Updates
Submitted By Katie Haasen on Thursday, March 26, 2020
Hockey is woven into the fabric of our community.  It brings people together.  In the current health crisis, being together brings risk and has resulted in the suspension of all minor hockey activities until further notice.

Unfortunately, Dorchester Minor Hockey was unable to properly end its season due to the suspension.  At this time, we would like to thank all of the coaches, managers and every other volunteer who helped with Dorchester Minor Hockey Association this season. The hockey season can not happen without everyone doing their part and working together to provide a great experience for all of our players!

Even though hockey has been cancelled for the remainder of this season, the DMHA executive members continue to communicate and plan for the return of hockey when it comes.  We are currently working on getting registration ready for the 2020-2021 season, recruiting coaches through the online coaching application form and rescheduling our upcoming events.  We will continue to do so as things develop.  When our nation is ready for hockey to return, DMHA will be ready.  We are all looking forward to the kids being able to play hockey again and getting back to the fun social events that Dorchester Minor Hockey is putting together.

Due to the unknown length of the Covid-19 pandemic, there are a few upcoming events that will be rescheduled for later dates yet to be determined. New dates for the AGM, Golf Tournament and 3 on 3 ball hockey will be posted on our website, social media and emailed once they are determined. For those who have already paid and signed up for these events, you will be contacted once we have more information.We will keep everyone up to date via email, the website and social media.

If you have any questions/concerns/feedback, please fill out the feedback form on our website.  

If possible, please do your part by staying home and staying safe during these times. Keep your immediate loved ones close, and everyone else 2 metres away.  We will all get through this together and will be back at the arena soon enough. 

Be safe, 
DMHA Executive
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