First, a thank you to all of our families for their hard work and dedication to following the protocols necessary to keep our girls on the ice. We see you and we appreciate you.
As I am sure you are aware, the KFL&A will move into the Yellow Protect Level on Monday, November 23rd. While the exact details are still being filtered down to us at this point, we do not think there are any direct impacts on our hockey program. As we get more information, we will update our families. We ask for your continued support in making sure we follow all protocols designed to keep our hockey families as safe as possible.
We do have a few updates to protocols happening at our facilities:
A few reminders:
Please take a moment the next time you are in the rink to thank the City of Kingston screener and your team volunteers. They are both crucial to us operating. They should not have to deal with all of the negative reactions and frustrations with the COVID protocols. So let’s be sure to remind them that we are thankful for the role they play. Our weekly visits to the rink are not a reality for a lot of other hockey players in the province, we should be grateful that our girls still get to practice and play.
We hope that you are taking time to enjoy those smiling hockey players because as volunteers, those smiles are what is keeping us all motivated!
At the best of times, volunteers are the backbone of our organization. We simply can't function without them. This year will pose more challenges and more volunteers are required to ensure the best possible experience for our girls. If you are able to help in any way, please send a message to email@example.com. We are looking for volunteers to fill the following roles:
September 25 - OWHA Mandatory Modified Playing Rules
September 2 - Return to Hockey Questions & Answers
August 19 - Return to Hockey - Stage 3 - Modified Programming
July 16 - Return to Hockey Protocols
June 10 - OWHA Return to Play Framework
June 10 - OWHA Bulletin - Return to Play
June 5 - OWHA Return to Play Update
June 4 - Hockey Canada Safety & Protocols
June 4 - Hockey Canada Statement