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Aug 17, 2021 | Sarah Clarke | 741 views
PLEASE READ - IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Hello GS Families,

We hope this finds you well. As summer winds down, hockey planning is ramping up...but we need your help! 




Thank you to those you have registered already. All registrations will be due by SEPT 1. This is important so that your Executive can plan accordingly. Thank you for your help! Please continue to monitor the GS website for information and updates. Also, kindly spread the word around the community about registration. Help videos can also be found on the Registration Info page.

If numbers do not support a Representative team in any given division, only players registered by  Sept 1 will be eligible for a 3.5 release to register in another centre.

Registration is on a first come, first served basis so it is important to register as soon as possible. If a division limit is reached, registrants may be placed on a waiting list pending GSMHA's review of registration numbers in each division.

Are you interested in Coaching? Please complete the online Coaching Application ASAP. The link can also be found on the GS website, Bench Staff tab, Coaching Application. To date, we have only received 3 applications. 

If you are having difficulty with the new registration system, please email [email protected] with your intent to register so that you can be included in our numbers. 

Important Dates to note:
Registration Deadline : Sept 1
AGM : Sept 9. 7:00. Meaford Arena. We need you, the members, to attend please. 

Registration Help?
*For New Players* On-line registration access will only be granted to those who are Respect in Sport Parent Certified. There is an existing link on the website page for "Respect in Hockey" certification. This is found on our website, under the Parent tab. Once certification is complete, a data transfer to HRC occurs automatically, which then allows for registration access. 
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