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Power Skating Information
Submitted By Debbie Croft on Wednesday, August 21, 2019
A mass e-mail has been sent out to families of Novice to Midget aged players regarding sign up for Power Skating and Mouth Guard Clinic. If you have not received the e-mail please check your junk folder and then contact us at [email protected] and let us know.

Attention Beverly Players;
 
We will be offering 6 power skating sessions starting September 9 for our Novice/Atom/Pee Wee/Bantam and Midget skaters. These sessions will be run by Ron Erwin who was our Instructor from last year. This is a package fee of $90 and this will cover the costs of instruction while the ice is being sponsored by BMHA. These will be in addition to your regular weekly practice with your team. Players will be grouped into one of the four sessions being offered, you will be notified after September 1 what time slot you are in. The sessions will run on; Mondays and Wednesdays on September 9, 11, 16, 18, 23 and 25. The time sessions are 5:00, 6:00, 7:00 or 8:00 and will be grouped by age and experience, obviously the younger players will be in the earlier sessions. The sessions for the older groups will have additional shooting and passing drills as well as power skating. Space is limited so please sign up ASAP, deadline for registering is September 1. Full Equipment is mandatory, no player will be allowed on the ice without proper equipment including mouth guard and neck guard.
 
Registration is on-line with the full payment of $90 due by e-transfer to our treasurer Barb Mathies at [email protected] please put the security question as What sport does my family love? with the answer being Hockey. If this is not possible then exact cash will be accepted on the first session. Go to our website at www.beverlyminorhockey.com and on the top banner to the left you will see the Mouth Guard Clinic 2019 and Power Skating 2019 click on which one you want and complete the form.
 
On Wednesday September 11 we are holding a mouth guard clinic run by Allsportsguards of Dundas. Their website is www.allsportsguards.ca and they have some very cool styles available. They will also be offering to put our logo on the front of the mouth guards for those of you who want to show your Beverly Spirit! Please sign up online from the home page top left banner under Mouth Guard Clinic 2019 before September 1 we cannot accommodate walk ins that night so you must pre-register. There is an info letter attached for you to read the benefits of purchasing a fitted mouth guard. You will be notified what time your appointment is for your fitting after September 1. Payment is due that night payable directly to Allsportsguards.
 
Maryjane from Devonworth Embroidery will also be at the arena on Wednesday September 11 with her Spirit Wear Clothes on display and you can order from her that evening so you can have your jackets, hats etc. ready for October when games begin!
 
Thank-you and looking forward to seeing everyone at the arena.
BMHA Executive
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