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Policy for Gate Fees !
Submitted By Cindy Hammer on Wednesday, November 16, 2011
NHHA wishes to clarify the gate fee policy in regards to viewing hockey games for both home and away games. 

The cost of officials along with time keepers are not included in our regular yearly hockey fees. These costs are recovered either through gate fees or by additional charges to players. Historically in New Hamburg, gate fees were required to be paid by everybody including parents to see both Local League and Rep/AE games as both leagues we were involved with charged gate fees everywhere. With our Rep and AE teams switching to Tri County, this league has a policy that gate fees are not to be charged.

 In order to recover those costs, each Rep and AE player is charged a fee of $100 over and above the regular fees and over and above the Rep fees.
 
However, for those players playing LL, Grand River LL has a policy whereas a nominal gate fee is charged to enter a hockey game wherever the games are played. Again, the purpose of this fee is to help offset the cost of officials and time keepers for the respective host association. These are policies that are set out by each league we play in and therefore NHHA has no control over this matter. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

Thank-you
Emil Marion
Rep/AE/LL Convener
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