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Change Room Use
Submitted By KMHA on Thursday, October 15, 2020
Fellow Kinucks,

     We thank you for your co-operation as we all work through the Return to Ice process at the Davidson Centre and are happy to inform our members that the Municipality has now been cleared to use of all the arena dressing rooms within the Davidson Centre.

     Effective Friday, October 16th KMHA members will be able to use dressing rooms once again, this includes the dressing rooms on both the old and new side. Players will no longer need to arrive partially dressed, as they can fully dress and undress in the change rooms. 
 
Please be are aware of the below with regards to dressing room usage: 

  • As participants complete their screening at the front door, the computer screen above the desk will indicate which dressing rooms have been assigned for each ice rental
  • Dressing room capacities will be posted on each dressing room door. Capacities must be adhered to so if a room is full please go to the next room with available space
  • One parent/guardian will be permitted to go in the dressing room and tie skates, untie skates, etc
  • The benches in each dressing room have been marked off to adhere to physical distancing protocols; there are green dots to indicate where a player must sit. Players must adhere to these designated seating areas
  • Washrooms within each dressing room will be usable for all
  • Showers will continue to remain off limits-Davidson Centre staff will be sanitizing all the change rooms and high touch point surfaces after each ice rental
     Violation of these policies may result in participants being asked to leave so lets work together to continue to make this a success and keep us at the rink.
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