Sep 10, 2021 | Matt Lallouet | 829 views
To all Members
Please be advised that Paul Masotti (president) and Ted Brown (rep director) are no longer associated
with Port Colborne Minor Hockey. We would like to thank Paul and Ted for their years of dedication to
PCMHA and their contributions to the growth and development of children in the sport of hockey. We
wish them all the best in their future endeavours.
Please forward all future association related questions or concerns to either Helicia Gross or Tim Charles.
And all rep team related questions to Randy Huggins
PCMHA is very much alive and well and our return to hockey begins on Saturday, with this there are new rules that must be followed to ensure a safe return to play.
The OMHA recently released their policy on mandatory vaccinations and minor hockey for those 12 and up; please refer to the earlier posting on this. The Province also announced their plan for a vaccine passport for entry to specific facilities starting September 22. At this time the PCMHA executive is unaware of The City of Port Colbornes intention or direction on this requirement, we will keep you posted as more information becomes available to us.
That being said, these rules and guidelines have been placed on PCMHA by organizations that we take direction from and we must abide by their rules to ensure our kids remain on the ice and in as safe of a manner as possible. These policies have not been created by the PCMHA but the expectation is that we abide by them and enforce them as directed.
We ask that each of you be patient with these rules and not take any frustrations out on any volunteer staff, executive or coaches. If you have concerns about these rules, please contact OMHA, your local MP/MPP or The City of Port Colborne directly. As always, the PCMHA executive is here to help and ensure our kids have the safest and best experience possible. Like you, we have kids on the ice and want them to have a fun and exciting experience playing the sport we have all missed so much.
See you on the Ice