November Skills and Drills sessions are underway.
Registration for December's sessions is open for November's registrants. If it does not fill up we will open it to the entire club.
The Governor released new guidelines on Friday 11/13 and we are working with Mt. Vernon to see how this affects us. In the meantime we have capped registration at a lower level than we had for November.
We are working with our rinks to see how we might able to increase capacity even further.
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We have scheduled our skills and drills pilot program to begin in October and have now opened registration for a month-to-month skills and drills program that will begin in November. As a first step for implementing this program, we have opened registration to determine player interest. Once a player has registered interest, we will divide players into age and ability groups and direct them to their final registration where the monthly fee will then need to be paid. This is similar to the approach we have used in seasons past when first conducting general registration and then conducting specific team registration.
If the pilots go as planned, we will begin the full skills and drills program on November. 7, 2020. Each group of players will have two ice sessions per week. These sessions will be conducted at Mount Vernon Rec Center with one session each on Saturday and Sunday. Monthly cost for the program will be based upon $20/player/session. For November, the total cost per player will be $120 to reflect six ice sessions. Once money is paid for a monthly session, it is non-refundable.
Thank you to all our Ice Dog players, coaches, volunteers, and families for your understanding, patience and cooperation while we develop a plan for the 20/21 season that can be safely and effectively implemented in the weeks and months ahead.
A thoughtful piece provided by Debbie Moon, the CBHL Commissioner: