Revised Spectator Policy, News (Lambton Shores Minor Hockey)

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Revised Spectator Policy
Submitted By Matt Redmond on Tuesday, October 20, 2020
Due to some concerns that were brought forward by parents/coaches and our need to ensure LSMHA adheres to the municipality guidelines for arena player and spectator numbers, some modifications to our Covid policies were passed at the October 19th board meeting.

For U11 and Below:
* A maximum of 1 spectator is allowed per player. There are no exceptions, so even if the spectator area is not at the capacity that the municipality allows after the practice/game has started, the cap of one spectator per player is maintained.
* If the player has a parent on the ice/bench as a coach or trainer, an additional spectator is allowed in the stands. The on-ice individual does not count as a spectator.

U13 and Above:
* One spectator per player is allowed until 10 minutes past the start of the scheduled ice time.
* Anyone who may wish to enter the arena above the one spectator limit must sign in on the waiting list and wait outside until 10 minutes past the start of the scheduled ice time to ensure there is room within the spectator limit. The additional spectators will be allowed in based on the order in which they have signed in on the waiting list.
* The allowable number of spectators has been decreased from 25 to 23. This will allow coaches from the following session to enter the arena to gather practice supplies, prepare jerseys for games, etc.
* If the player has a parent on the ice/bench as a coach or trainer, an additional spectator is allowed in the stands. The on-ice individual does not count as a spectator.

Thank you for your cooperation.
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