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Return to spectating
Submitted By Matt Lallouet on Thursday, November 12, 2020
PCMHA is very happy to inform everyone, that after meetings with the city and presenting a plan to the EOC committee, we will be permitted to allow parents back into the arena Saturday November 14.




As of this date, 1 family member only per player will be permitted to spectate to a maximum of 20 spectators.
Once the list is filled, no other spectators will be permitted to enter. Parents must enter at the Rink 2 doors, complete the screening with security, and wait in the assigned areas.

Rink 1 – Wait in main vestibule, seating is in between the YMCA doors and the time keepers box. Exit is through the YMCA doors.
Rink 2 – Wait in vestibule at the top end of the rink, seating is along the rear wall, exit at the rear of the arena.

If you wish to help your children with skates or to leave, you must exit through the assigned doors and travel around the building to the rink 2 doors to access the change rooms. If you have helped your child into the change room, you must exit to the sign in area, you must not bypass this area by cutting through the benches.

Once the seating area has been cleared and sanitized, security and city staff will open the areas for seating.

All spectators MUST wear masks at all times.
Failure to wear a face covering will result in not being permitted into the area.·        

Washrooms may be used for urgent purposes only.·        

Congregating in groups to spectate is not permitted.

You must practice social distancing at all times. Anyone not respecting these rules will be asked to leave and not permitted to return. We would like to thank all of our volunteers for their hard work to keep all of our kids safe and we would like to especially thank the parents for your patience during this time.

Sincerely
PCMHA Executive
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