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NHHA Members Respect the WRC Protocols
Submitted By Stacey Dineen on Tuesday, September 22, 2020
We want to send a big thank you to everyone for being patient and understanding as we made our way through a complicated season start-up. After a few initial hiccups, the self-screening app is a success and most of our hockey families are working hard to observe all the new protocols that are in place at the arena.

We understand how tempting it can be to bend or break these rules.  We understand that you might not agree with all of these measures, or you might feel like exceptions should be made under some circumstances.  The NHHA would like to make it clear to all Huskies and their families that these protocols need to be followed in order for us to stay on the ice.  

Whether it's maintaining social distancing, wearing a mask, or following the enter/exit arrows and signs, we are counting on all of our members to help us keep the facility doors open! Every time someone forgets or disregards the facility protocols, we run the risk of losing our facility access. Please keep that in mind at all times, and help us keep our Huskies on the ice!

Please take a few minutes to review the WRC and NHHA protocols by visiting these links:

YouTube video guide for using the twin ice pads at the WRC
NHHA Guide to COVID Screening at the WRC
NHHA Guide to Arrival and Exit Protocols at the WRC
NHHA Return to Hockey Plan
NHHA Wilmot Recreation Facility Usage Plan

Thanks again for your patience and understanding in these difficult times,
Your New Hamburg Hockey Association
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