Shared Boundary Pilot Initiative, News (Erin-Hillsburgh Minor Hockey Association)

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Dec 23, 2019 | EHMHA | 3146 views
Shared Boundary Pilot Initiative
Dear Members,

We wanted to share some information with you about a Shared Boundary Pilot Initiative with Orangeville Minor Hockey.


Please view this communication from the EHMHA Executive: Shared Boundary Pilot
Sponsors
3 Bronze - Ken Keeler Electric
Electrical contractor servicing residential, commercial and industrial customers from maintenance to complete installations. Phone: 519-833-9679 Email: [email protected]
Jumpstart Sport Relief Fund
Sport has the power to unite communities and the nation – the spark we’ll need more than ever post-pandemic. In its absence, the importance of sport and play has become more apparent than ever. But with ongoing stoppages, the organizations that Canadian kids rely on are more at risk than ever before. In the final months of 2020, we helped nearly 700 organizations, impacting over 70,000 kids from coast-to-coast-to-coast. Thanks to a generous gift of $12 million from Canadian Tire Corporation to our Sport Relief Fund, we are able to continue to provide much needed financial support to sport organizations to help build back sport and play through 2021.
1 Gold Sponsor- The Keg
Make every occasion a special one. Visit our website to book your table today.
2 Silver Sponsor - Bell Combustion
We provide complete combustion solutions for the commercial and industrial environments from boiler rooms to asphalt plants. Bell Combustion, 50 years and Burning Strong Emergency breakdown? Need a part? No problem. Service team operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Experienced licensed G1 and OBT1 technicians work in all weather conditions. Competitive pricing, we never compromise quality, service or safety.
1 Gold Sponsor - Kirk's Barbershop
Kirk’s Barber Shop has been a staple in the town of Erin since Chester Kirk opened it’s doors in 1963. Kirk’s Barber Shop is now home to the $17.00 cuts for the town of Erin and surrounding communities. Mark Kirk took over the barber shop in 1990. Kirk’s Barber Shop, a 2nd generation traditional barber still uses a straight blade to finish every cut and keeps the mood with his unique humour and local