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Submitted By CVHA OFFICE on Sunday, September 20, 2020
CVHA Goalie Parents and Coaches from the 2019-2020 season!

We are finally able to facilitate the return of all the goalie equipment so that we can get it all ready for this coming season which starts shortly.  We must return all of it to start and we will have a future date for pick-up for the coming season.  Coaches, if you had goalies with equipment borrowed this year please let them know as well about the return dates.



In most cases, you were provided with:

 

In most cases, you were provided with:

- Goalie Equipment Bag
- Goalie Pads
- Goalie Blocker
- Goalie Catcher
- Goalie Chest protector
- Goalie Neck protective shield

We are having two nights next week to return the equipment:

Monday, September 21 - 7:30-9:00pm
Tuesday, September 22 - 7:30-9:00pm

Equipment drop off will take place at: Al Palladini EAST Arena by the back doors (faces RUTHERFORD ROAD - if turning into the arena from Rutherford, take your first right to park behind the rink). You will not be able to enter the arena, but we will be by the doors where you may drop off your equipment and receive your post-dated cheque back in return.

Due to the current conditions with COVID-19, this has been our first opportunity to have the equipment returned. We ask that you please wear a mask, and if there is a line of people, please make sure to physically distance.

Thank you everyone for your patience and hanging on to the equipment over the summer while we worked to be able to take everything back!
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