TOWN MESSAGE AND PROCEDURE REMINDERS, News (LaSalle Minor Hockey Association)

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Oct 16, 2020 | Webmaster | 707 views
LMHA Members:

We thank you for following the policies and protocols that are in place at Vollmer.  These are unprecedented times and we appreciate your efforts to help keep the process flowing as smoothly as possible.

The Town of LaSalle previously provided a message for hockey arena users that highlights the policies and procedures that are in place when arriving at the Vollmer for a scheduled ice time. The full text of this message can be found here.

Below are some reminders:

  • Doors at the SOUTHWEST end of the building (near Rink B) are ENTRANCE only.
  • No food or drinks other than water is permitted (NO coffee please).
  • Please be sure that you have a face covering fully covering your mouth AND nose upon entering the building.
  • Entrance will be permitted to players AND goalies 15 minutes prior to the ice time ONLY.  Please remain outside if you arrive earlier than this.
  • ONLY 1 spectator is allowed per player.  Both spectators and players MUST complete the health questionnaire on the SAME DAY as the ice time.
  • Spectators must remain in the rink and sit at the physical distancing stickers.
  • Please use designated dressing rooms or the benches ONLY.
  • Spitting by players, coaches or anyone else is not permitted. Individuals who have difficulty observing this requirement during these Covid-19 times will be excluded from arena
  • Remove ONLY skates and helmet after an ice time.  No additional equipment removal is permitted.
  • Exit the building promptly through the exit doors after the ice time has ended (near the benches).
NOTE:  At this time siblings are not allowed in the arena, even if their practice is before or after another family member.   Please respect the one spectator per player rule.
To watch a video from Vollmer about what to expect when arriving at the Vollmer, please click here.
Thank you for your continued support and for helping to keep everyone safe and healthy.
LMHA Board