BMHA 2014 -2015 House League Registration Information and Fees, News (Barrie Minor Hockey)

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BMHA 2014 -2015 House League Registration Information and Fees
Submitted By Kelly Beamish on Monday, May 5, 2014
House league registration will begin on-line May 26/2014. Registration to House League is a first come first served basis, so register sooner than later before divisions fill. If you are a returning player you will use your Hockey Canada password and e-mail address to login and complete the registration. Evaluation skates will take place in Sept. You are then drafted to your HL team, for the season to begin end of Sept/early Oct.

No cheques will be allowed this season as payment for registration.

The payment options will be one of the following:

A) Credit card full payment,( Visa, Visa Debit or MasterCard only)
B) Credit card split payment, half of registration fee at the time of registration and the other half payment will automatically be charged to your card on Aug 15
C) Other, this option will be for families requiring assistance programs. These families must make financial arrangements with the BMHA Office within a week of registering or their player’s registration will be deleted.
D) Anyone registering after Aug 15 will be required to make full payment at the time of registration
 
A family who has played in another Centre and moved to Barrie will need to first complete an OHF or OMHA transfer, once this has been approved by the OMHA your player would then be able to register to Barrie MHA. Please contact the BMHA office for further instructions.
 
All new players to Barrie MHA will need to provide a copy of the player’s birth certificate and provide proof of home address (Driver's licence, tax bill, utility bill, etc) .
 
Players who have played hockey in a non Hockey Canada sanctioned organization will need to provide proof of home address. (Driver's licence, tax bill, utility bill, etc) and also a copy of the player’s birth certificate.
 
House League Rostered Select will have tryouts in the fall. You must live in our residential boundaries to be eligible to attend tryouts for the Select Program.

Families are required to have completed the Respect in Sport Parent Program no later than Aug 30/14. Your player will not be allowed to skate at the Evaluation Skates if you have not completed the course. Please see more information on the OMHA website: Respect Education

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