IN PERSON REGISTRATION & House League Registration, News (Essex Minor Hockey)

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Jul 25, 2018 | Lorna Baker | 1119 views
IN PERSON REGISTRATION & House League Registration
FINAL -  IN PERSON REGISTRATION WILL BE SUNDAY, July 29, 2018  ESSEX ARENA 10AM -2PM EMHA BOARD ROOM FOR THOSE THAT DO NOT HAVE A CREDIT CARD AND CANNOT REGISTER ONLINE.  CHEQUE OR CASH ONLY.

AND REMEMBER - Please - REGISTER before July 31, 2018 - to avoid late fees.


2018-2019 Registration Fees:

Preschool ( 2014)             $495.00
Initiation  (2012,13)         $495.00
Tyke        (2011)              $645.00
Novice     (2010)              $645.00
Atom        (2008-2009)    $675.00
Peewee     (2006-2007)    $675.00
Bantam     (2004-2005)    $745.00
Midget     (2001, 02, 03)  $745.00
Juvenile    (Yet to be determined) NRP Forms for AA tryouts -
Please contact Craig Cavanagh at [email protected] to arrange. 

HOUSELEAGUE Online registration opened June 1, and will Close July 31st/2018. Late Fee of $100.00 will apply after this date.
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