Ice Use Protocols, News (Sturgeon Lake Minor Hockey)

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Ice Use Protocols
Submitted By Dean Michel on Sunday, September 19, 2021
In preparation for getting back on the ice, please review the City of Kawartha Lakes protocols here:

Proof of Vaccination Protocols

Ice Use Protocols

COVID19 Screening Tool (QR Code)


Furthermore, you can expect an email from our president Grant Jowitt prior to Monday with a summary of the forms you will need to bring to your first skate.

Thank you for your ongoing patience as we navigate our way to getting our kids back on the ice.
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