2020-21 Important Update, News (Amherstburg Minor Hockey Association)

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2020-21 Important Update
Submitted By AMHA webmaster on Friday, June 12, 2020
AMHA Parents - 2020-21 registration update 

AMHA Parents - 2020-21 registration update 


AMHA’s registration portal is still open for the 2020-21 season but we have been directed by OMHA to stop collecting registration payments for the upcoming season until more information is known. AMHA encourages all participants to register at this time as we are still hopeful that a 2020-21 season will occur. However, please note the following changes to the registration processes.

1.     New registrants can only select the Money Order option at checkout as we are not collecting funds. Do not make any money order payments until advised in the future.

2.     For those that registered with the payment plan option, all pending credit payments have been canceled.

AMHA is monitoring the updates from OHF and OMHA regarding return to play guidelines. Once restrictions are lifted to allow for minor hockey programming, AMHA will outline the details of the 2020-21 season. Registration fees will be adjusted to reflect the programs offered.


Thank you to all of the AMHA families for their patience.

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