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SMHA is still preparing to return to the ice soon
Submitted By Mike Creedon on Friday, January 8, 2021
SMHA is hoping our local case counts continue to decline so that once the provincial lockdown is over, the kids can get back on the ice.  We will start this next session as soon as provincial barriers are lifted, as we are prepared to go right thru until the end of April if needed.

The most current information we have is, February 11th we can get on the ice.  We would then play right thru the March Break until the session is completed, sometime in April.  The schedule is again being worked on for the new start date, so keep an eye on your groups schedule. 

Thanks
SMHA Executive
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