KMHA Season End, News (Kincardine Minor Hockey Association)

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KMHA Season End
Submitted By KMHA on Sunday, April 4, 2021
Fellow Kinucks,

   KMHA would like to thank our members for all your patience and understanding during the 2020-2021 season. Through the many ups and downs we were able to get our players on the ice and staying active and made the best out of the situation through modified game play and development planning. Your executive team remains hopeful for a return to hockey as we all know it at some point in the near future and continue to work hard to offer the best programming possible to all of our members. We will continue to work with the OMHA, OWHA, the GBPHU and all our other governing bodies to ensure we move forward successfully and are working through our refund process as efficiently as possible. Stay safe during this off season and remember to support local and be kind to one another. Thank you to everyone for being part of our programming and we all forward to an exceptional 2021-2022 season. 


-Your KMHA Executive
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