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Submitted By Debbie Croft on Sunday, June 7, 2020
This is a reminder that tomorrow (Monday June 8) registration will open for all families that played with BMHA last season. Registration will open at 9:00 am and remain open until June 22 at 9:00 pm


Please click on the registration link on the bottom left hand side of our website to register. Please remember to use a laptop or a desktop computer as it doesn't work from your cell phone. We will NOT be collecting registration fees at this time as per the OHF direction. You will choose "Other" for your payment option and you will get an invoice at the end of the process which will show you how much your balance is. We do not know yet at what point we will be directed to start collecting fees but we will let you know as soon as we do. If you have any questions with your registration please contact Vanessa at [email protected]
 
As always if you end up having to choose the waitlist to register we will open up the second team as soon as we have enough numbers to support two teams at that division so please don't panic and we will post information by June 26 on any waitlists that we have.
 
We have attended online meetings hosted by the OMHA and the OHF and we can let you know that they are looking at a Phased in approach to returning to play. There are four phases,
Phase One- Individual training (less than 5 individuals)
Phase Two- Small group training
Phase Three- Non-traditional training
Phase Four- Full Programming
 
The message that is being shared is that we do not know when each phase will take place nor do we know when we will be allowed to start even Phase One in our community. As with everything else a lot is unknown and we will be guided by our Local Health Advisor and also by the City of Hamilton to what we are allowed to use the arena for and how many people will be allowed in the arena at any given time. When we are allowed into the Arena there will be a protocol that we will be required to follow and that information will be shared as soon as we have it from the City. At this point we do not know if we will even make it to Phase Four during this season.
 
Hockey will look very different this year and we have a lot of unknowns at this point and as soon as we have a concrete direction to start up at Beverly we will be sure to share that with you.
 
We hope everyone is healthy and if you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask.
 
Below are the Levels and Fees for future collection;
Pre-school (Under 5) 2017-2016 $225
IP (Under 7) 2015-2014 $390
Minor Novice (Under 8) 2013 $470
Novice (Under 9) 2012 $580
Atom (Under 11) 2011-2010 $600
Pee Wee (Under 13) 2009-2008 $600
Bantam (Under 15) 2007-2006 $625
Midget (Under 18) 2005-2004-2003 $625
Juvenile Rep (Under 21) 2002-2001-2000 $805 + $50 Tryout Fee

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