LMHA Orange Protocol, News (Listowel Minor Hockey Association)

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Feb 12, 2021 | Claude Leroux | 1183 views
LMHA Orange Protocol
Greetings LMHA families, long time no chat. We hope everyone is well. We wanted to discuss our plans for this season.

As you may be aware by now Huron Perth will be moving into Orange protocol starting Tuesday Feb 16th. This change welcomes the ability to gradually return to the ice for LMHA as we intended to do if it was safe to do so. With this change we will begin scheduling ice times in a practice format to begin and assess other centers' status to determine if we can introduce some games. We will keep you all posted. For the time being keep and eye on the website and sportsheadz app for scheduling to resume. Ice times might be different from earlier in the season.

We ask that all families who have not yet made the 2nd installment that was due earlier in the season to please do so otherwise we won't be able to admit those players. Also we had mentioned the potential for a 3rd installment later in the season. At this time we are not considering a 3rd installment, but will share any information should that become an issue.

Orange (Restrict) Guidelines for Hockey
Masks MUST be worn at all times inside our arena and any arena (Players do not wear masks on the ice)
No Food or Drinks can be brought into any arena.
One Parent/Guardian can accompany their player for supervision.
- Maintain social distancing measures
- Health Checks via sportsheadz application is mandatory. (You may also be asked to sign a log book at other arenas for contact tracing.
- shouting by both instructors and members of the public must be prevented.
- Maximum of 50 people per facility.

Q. Can we take one of our players siblings with us?
A. No, under no circumstances.

Q. Can I take a grandparent, aunt, uncle, cousin, friends best friends buddy?
A. No, under no circumstances.

Q. Can I bring a drink or food into the arena with me.
A. No. Your player is the only one who can bring a water bottle with them.

We are proceeding cautiously in order to provide the safest possible form of physical activity. Should you have any questions or concerns please feel free to reach out to your coach or an LMHA executive.

Thank You

Claude Leroux
President LMHA