2020 / 21 Intent to Register, News (Essex Minor Hockey)

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Jul 12, 2020 | Shawn Carswell | 1208 views
2020 / 21 Intent to Register
Please help EMHA plan for the 2020 / 21 and complete the Intent to Register. 

The exact specifics as to what the 2020/21 hockey season will look like are yet to be determined by the OMHA and OHF.  
 
However, EMHA must start to plan for ice-time, budgets, equipment, etc.  If you plan on registering for hockey for the upcoming season (no matter what it will look like), please fill out the intent to register form to help the planning process. 

This form does not require payment and is not a binding contract - it is valuable data collection for EMHA.

Please click here Intent To Register

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