EMHA Tier 1 Ice Fees – 2020 Season, News (Essex Minor Hockey)

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EMHA Tier 1 Ice Fees – 2020 Season
Additional weekly Ice time was made available to Tier 1 teams (U10 – U15) during the modified 2020 Season.  This fee was not included in the registration fee.  The board has calculated the cost of the additional ice time and deducted the credit due to the shortened season. 

The net amount owing by each Tier 1 player is $85 per player. 

If you already remitted the additional ice time costs, no additional fees are required and a refund cheque will be provided.

Please remit by July 31, 2021

Payment by Cheque or etransfer is preferred.

For other arrangements please reach out to [email protected]

 

Etransfer should be sent to [email protected].

Include in the note – Name of the Player, Birth year.  Please use the Password 2020hockey

Cheques

Mailed to:

Essex Minor Hockey Association

Box 111, Essex, ON N8M 2Y2

OR

Dropped off to: Coaches or Treasurer.

 

The amount owing was calculated as follows:

Prorated Cost of Additional Ice Time – Tier 1

195

Season Fees Refund

(110)

Tier 1 Additional Fees Outstanding

85



Thanks in advance!

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