ENTRY LEVEL REFEREE CLINIC, News (Georgian Bay Minor Hockey League)

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Submitted By Adam Schaap on Monday, August 26, 2019
Entry Level Referee Clinics will be offered in both Midland and Stayner during the month of October.  Any body 14 years of age and older are eligible to register. 

Clearview Minor hockey will be hosting an OMHA Entry Level Referee clinic on Sunday, October 6th at the Stayner Arena and Midland Minor Hockey will be hosting an OMHA Entry Level Referee clinic on Sunday, October 27th at the North Simcoe Rec Centre in Midland.
This will be for new officials and
 you need to be 14 years old by Dec 31, 2019 to be able to start officiating.
Further details will be posted on the OMHA Clinic website in Mid-September, but you can email Avery Martyn if you wish to attend and would like a spot held.
[email protected]
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