COVID-19 FINANCIAL HARDSHIP REFUND POLICY EFFECTIVE FOR THE 2020-2021 SEASON ONLY
Member Association Player Agreements/Contracts shall be required to include a COVID-19 Financial Hardship Refund Policy. Parents/Guardians of players signing agreements may petition the association for relief under the following guidelines:
Failure to adhere to the policy guidelines above may result in disciplinary action, due to violation of the following rules:
Please note: The following statements from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, or CARES Act, may be used in guidance to help determine applicable COVID-19 Financial Hardships:
If a player is released by a member association due to COVID-19 Financial Hardship, the player information should be sent to the PVAHA president at email@example.com.
For more than 50 years, the mission of the non-profit Baltimore Youth Hockey Club has been to teach the youth of our community the sport of ice hockey and to develop team play and individual ice hockey skills through clinics and programs of ice hockey competition emphasizing sportsmanship, cooperation, self-discipline, self-confidence, individual responsibility and respect for others, while providing a great ice hockey experience. It’s the stated goal of our club to offer this hockey experience on several levels: Solid AA, A and B-level travel hockey, an always-solid rec-hockey program, plus girls only teams when possible and the Patterson Park Stars community service program.
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