CCC ONLY - Indoor Access for teams to meet, News (Northumberland Minor Hockey)

PrintNews Article
Click to view full-size image
CCC ONLY - Indoor Access for teams to meet
Submitted By Shannon Drumm on Wednesday, November 11, 2020
Effective today - Wednesday November 11, 2020  teams will be permitted into the CCC to gather, check-in with their coaches and conduct the pre-screening questions beginning 25 minutes prior to their scheduled ice time for each pad.  

Teams to arrive at this space 10 minutes prior to having access to their assigned dressing rooms. Masks must be worn by all players and coaches.

POND DESIGNATED GATHERING SPOT:  inside lobby on the floor decals that are marked 6 feet apart.


BOWL DESIGNATED GATHERING SPOT:  inside the Multi-purpose room directly inside the doors (east doors)  

Please note that this is not access to dressing rooms but access to two designated areas for teams to gather prior to heading their dressing rooms.  Equipment is not be put on in these areas, it is just a gathering spot indoors for the teams as the colder winter weather approaches. 

At this time, there is not enough room for parents to gather as well (again this is only for coaches and players). Parents can enter the facility when the team schedule ice time begins and check-in with CCC staff.
This article has been viewed 869 times.
View AllOur Sponsors
  • Quantrill Chevrolet Buick GMC Cadillac
  • Cobourg Police
  • Esco
    
Social Networking
Follow Us On
Visit Northumberland Minor Hockey on Facebook
Quick Links
Manage Subscriptions
Signup to receive email or text messages for the teams you want to follow.
News ArchiveOther Recent Articles
  • 24
    Feb
    Organization
    Reminder that all Accompanying adults must reserve a spot to be in the facility while your child is on the ice.  The staff at JB will continue to take calls if you are not able to book a spot through their online portal. -The one week grace ...
  • 22
    Feb
    Organization
    Northumberland County is currently in  the Orange Zone.   This mean no spectators are permitted to be in the facility, but each person under the age of 18 years who is engaged in an activity in the facility may be accompanied by one parent or ...
  • 22
    Feb
    Organization
    This week is Thank a Volunteer Week(Feb 22-28) with the OMHA.  We all know the NMHA has some very special, dedicated volunteers within our membership.   NMHA would like to feature any submissions received on the Nighthawks site and FB page this ...
  • 19
    Feb
    Organization
    This announcement will make many parents/guardians very happy. Effective tomorrow the CCC will now permit one (1) accompanying adult per skater for U14, U15 and U16-18 teams (no children please).   Each accompanying adults must pre-register to ...
  • 17
    Feb
    Organization
    Good Morning NMHA Families, We are very excited to welcome back your players to the ice beginning this evening! The decision to proceed with our season after lockdown was one that we carefully deliberated over.  We heavily weighed the health and ...
  • 16
    Feb
    Organization
    CCC - Masks must be worn at all times (properly) from the meet area until each individual leaves the facility (except for players/coaches when wearing a helmet during scheduled ice time) -Spectators are no longer permitted at the CCC for players ...
  • 16
    Feb
    Organization
    Jack Burger revised procedures that will begin tomorrow for Spectators:   Facility spectator capacity of the arena is now 25.  All accompanying adults must pre-register.  Another change is that only ONE accompanying adult will be allowed with ...
  • 15
    Feb
    Organization
    Email was sent to all coaches earlier this afternoon: 1. Zoom meeting scheduled for all Coaches on Tues @ 7:30pm.  2. There is an important document included in the email which is required to filled out, signed and sent back to Exec before each ...
Printed from northumberlandminorhockey.com on Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 7:12 AM