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Registration Opens Monday, August 1st!
Submitted By Marg Ryerse on Sunday, July 31, 2016
Registration opens Monday, August 1st.  Some things have changed but the rates are the same!

Even though we are still enjoying this wonderful summer sunshine, it is time to start thinking about hockey!  Online early registration opens on Monday, August 1st and will run until Wednesday, September 7th.  Registration is available online at pdmha.com then clicking on the registration link. If you need assistance or have questions, please contact Marg Ryerse at 

[email protected] Payment is by credit card or cheque drop off at the minor hockey office upstairs at the arena on Saturday, September 10th from 9-noon.  Everyone will be glad to know the rates will not be raised this year and remain at $500 for the early registration, $550  after September 7th and Prenovice remains at $350.  PDMHA also offers a try 3 for free for the Prenovice program.  Tryouts for the rep teams will begin the week of September 12th.

 

New this year will be registration for Juvenile division.   We are hoping to roster a Juvenile rep team for this season.  Juvenile birth years are 1996-1998.  Players of this age are encouraged to register and try out for this rep team.  

 

Conditioning will also be offered this year beginning the week of September 5th.  5 sessions of one hour of conditioning for $90.  Registration for this will also be online and available at Stoney’s Home Hardware.

 

Power Skating and Goalie Clinics are also in the works so watch the website for more information upcoming on these skill development opportunities.

 

As well, the association will be undertaking the Skate A Thon again on October 15th!  So again, stay tuned for more details of this fun family fundraiser!

 

If you require more information about registration or the association in general, please feel free to visit and subscribe to our website at pdmha.com.

 

See you at the rink!

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