Novice & Initiation Local League Update, News (Huron Heat)

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Novice & Initiation Local League Update
Submitted By admin on Thursday, April 5, 2018
There has been a tremendous amount of interest in our Initiation/Novice HL program that we are working on setting up for the 2018/19 season. The article announcing this initiative has been viewed well over 2000 times and we have fielded several e-mails from those interested.

We have also been in touch with our neighbouring associations to gauge their interest and have received positive responses from many of them.

To date we have had 26 skaters signup for the initial skate on April 14th – 6 from Blyth/Brussels, 9 from Goderich and 11 from Clinton/Seaforth. This is a great start to getting the teams in these 3 areas started and we just need a few more girls to be able to fill the rosters.

For more information regarding this initiative please read the original article. If you have already read the article and have not registered for the skate on April 14 please take a moment to do so by filling out this form.

We are looking forward to meeting all of the players and their parents on April 14th

The Huron Heat Female Hockey Association would like to thank our local communities for their continued support of our association and the growth of girl’s hockey in Huron County.

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