Moving to Yellow Protect Category, News (Northumberland Minor Hockey)

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Moving to Yellow Protect Category
Submitted By Shannon Drumm on Sunday, December 6, 2020
As COVID cases increase in our area, HKPR Health Unit will be moved into the Yellow Protect category as of 12:01am Dec 7.  

We will continue as per the schedule for practices and games while under yellow but everyone needs to continue to be safe and stay healthy.

Reminder to follow the COVID protocals that have been laid out for all our safety and well being at the CCC and Jack Burger.  Please continue to social distance when spectating as well.

Please remember that it is one adult per player for games and practices - we have received numerous complaints from our members notifying us that some families are showing up with 2 or 3 additional adults per player(s). This leaves other parent (s) sitting in the parking lot not able to watch their son or daughter as they cannot enter due to the arena being at spectator capacity. We ask that you think of your fellow hockey parents and give 1 parent in each family the opportunity to spectate practices and 4 on 4 games.
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