DELAYED: City Hall March 24 Council Meeting, News (Sarnia Hockey)

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DELAYED: City Hall March 24 Council Meeting
Submitted By Linda Lauzon on Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Please Note - The City Council Decision on Arena Closures scheduled for Monday March 24 has been DELAYED!  Parents, Coaches and Players You may or not be aware that our city councillors are seriously considering closing Germain arena and possibly RBC rink #2. Closing these arenas

will have a huge impact on the minor hockey program Sarnia Hockey Association is able to offer.  We need your help.

On Monday March 24, City Council will make a decision on the future of Germain arena, RBC rink #2 or both.  We want City Council to hold off on this decision for a year which will allow them time to consider other possibilities.  We need to see evidence that they have explored all possible options considering the finality of this decision.  We have not seen this evidence to date.

We are looking for as many teams, coaches and parents to converge on City Hall for the council meeting Monday March 24 at 4pm.  Please show your support to keep these two arenas open by wearing your Sarnia Hockey team jerseys!

Thanking you in advance for your support.

Mike Johnson, Chairman
Sarnia Hockey Association



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