Final In-Person Registration, News (Saugeen Shores Minor Hockey)

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Final In-Person Registration
Submitted By Stephen Ballard on Saturday, June 1, 2019
We will be having the FINAL 2019 In-Person Registration Session on...

June 4th from 5:30-7:30 pm

The Plex, Meeting Room (just off the main arena lobby) 600 Tomlinson Dr, Port Elgin 

Please bring your child's birth certificate or a copy to add to their hockey association profile. Players in the following categories must register in person. (This can be done with cheque or cash ONLY.) 

1. ANY and ALL new registrants to hockey. All new registrants must have a birth certificate to put on file.

2. Players transferring into SSMHA from another hockey association. 

3. New players 9 years of age and older. Due to OMHA regulations, new players in this age group cannot be registered online.  

4. Families in need of financial assistance may be eligible for subsidy through:        “Canadian Tire Jumpstart Program”      "Kidsport Ontario Program"      "Minor Hockey Subsidy Program"  

Players registering for the OWHA (Girls' Hockey) program may also wish to come to In-Person registration, since the ITSportsnet website does not allow credit card payment.

Players who have previously been registered in the OMHA (Boys' Hockey) do not need to attend In-Person registration, but can register online (unless paying with cash). Please see the Online Registration page for details. 

****** IMPORTANT NOTES FOR 2019/20

****** Any player registering after June 30 2019 may be placed on a waiting list

****** Payments can be in instalments for Regular Registrations completed prior to June 30.

****** Deposit must be made by June 30 or the registration is considered late.

****** Full payment must be received no later than August 31, 2019

****** Any returned cheques will be subject to additional fees and must be replaced by cash only

****** Parents/guardians are required to complete the online OMHA 'Respect in Sport' module

****** We are strongly recommending that all Bantam and Midget aged players complete pre-concussion testing prior to the start of the season.
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