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Crime Stoppers "Putting Crime in the Penalty Box"
Submitted By Timekeeper on Monday, March 10, 2014
On April 13 Crime Stoppers is hosting a community event at the WMC. Activities will include free public swim, free public skate, skills clinics (advance sign-up required) for Pre-novice to PeeWee players and much more.

Skills Clinic times are as follows:
  • Pre Novice: 9am-10am
  • Novice: 10am-11am
  • Atom: 11am-12pm
  • PeeWee: 12pm-1pm


To sign up for the hockey skills clinics:

  • Email your child’s name to [email protected] and indicate their full name, age group, and player/goalie. Sign-up closes April 6th. 
  • Each skills clinic is limited to 25 skaters and 2 goalies per age group. If we receive more than 25 requests to join a session, we will complete a random draw to determine who can take part and will email you a confirmation before the 13th to let you know if your child can participate.
  • These skills clinics will be run by former pro players and members of the Waterloo Regional Police team and they will push our players to get the most out of it.
Additional Activities:
  • Free Public Skating from 1-2pm
  • 2 hrs of free swimming
  • Karate and self defense demos
  • Seniors safety talk
  • Essay contest for grade 5 & 6 students in Woolwich.. with great prizes (see your child's school for information)
  • WMHA hockey banquet held in the afternoon
  • Elmira Lion's Food Truck

If you have any questions, please email Rob Moyer at [email protected].







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