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Arena Protocol
Submitted By Dave Winslade on Monday, October 19, 2020
Dear JLMHA families,
Thank you for all your support and efforts as we have returned to hockey. It is understandable that there are different views and beliefs during these times.  However, we have been presented a set of rules to follow by the Province, the Niagara Region, the Town of Lincoln and the Ontario Minor Hockey Association.  We must follow these rules.  Currently, not everyone is.

We received our first report card from the town and there are a few areas that need improving. 
1.  Multiple Family Members.  The general rule is 1 player and 1 parent are allowed in the Arena.  That's it! The Town will allow a parent to bring a toddler or infant in with them for obvious reasons but they must stay with the parent.  They can not be allowed to run free.  
2.  ALL visitors must pre-screen with the JLMHA.  Whether you are a player, coach or spectator you must use our online screening site.  The Town has their own screeners and a book that you must sign but they have asked that we track ALL JLMHA members.  There are multiple posters on the doors at the arena to scan the QR Code.   You can put all the names in the form at the same time so you don't have to fill out multiple forms  .Many of the older players need reminders to screen.  Please talk to your player and remind them they have to do this.  We are tracking this so we will be sending out emails to repeat offenders!  You can also pre-screen at home.  Below is the link and code to the website
 https://testalerts.com
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3. NO UNDRESSING IN THE ROOMS.   Players must come fully dressed minus helmet, gloves, and skates(goalies must come dressed at least pants down.)  They go straight to the dressing room and get ready.  Masks must remain on until they put on their helmet.   When they come back to the room their mask is the first thing that they put on.  Skates, helmets and gloves can come off then they immediately leave the arena. They CAN NOT undress in the rooms.  They can continue their conversations in the parking lot.  Coaches are monitoring the rooms and repeat offenders will be dealt with. We all need to work together on this,  We are in a very unique situation where we are able to provide our kids some recreational activity and provide them with a sense of normality.  We would hate to lose these privileges. 
Sincerely,
JLMHA
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