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OGHA Update
Submitted By Michelle Whyte on Thursday, February 18, 2021
We look forward to welcoming our Tiger Families back to the rink!!


OGHA teams will be returning to play as of Saturday February 20th.  Schedules will be sent to you shortly, however you will notice changes in days and times.  The Town has removed Alder Red rink ice in order to prepare for a vaccination centre.  We will play out the remainder of the season in Tony A and Alder Green.  
 
Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph public health area remains in the Red stage, therefore we are only able to allow 10 players on the ice at once doing skills and drills (no contact drills/games/scrimmages) with 2 coaches.  The same protocols are in place as before Christmas break.  Only 1 parent/adult per family and NO siblings allowed in the rink, NO EXCEPTIONS.  Please fill in the online assessment and check in with your tracking person upon arrival. Please review the Arena Protocol videos on our website if you need a reminder.
 
Our hope is to finish the season which would take us to the end of April.  If we move into Orange stage we will begin playing modified games again if protocols allow.  However, if we go back to Grey or Lockdown our season will be over. 
 
We can't thank you all enough for your patience and understanding this season.  It has certainly been a unique season with ups and downs but we are so thrilled to be able to get the girls back on the ice.
 
See you soon!
Michelle Whyte
OGHA President
 
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