Revision to Registration Rates, News (Riverside Minor Hockey)

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Revision to Registration Rates
Submitted By AMS on Tuesday, April 21, 2020
The RMHA Board of Directors recognizes the struggles that many families are in due to the COVID-19 restrictions. As previously noted, our registration rates have increased minimally in order to stay in line with the City of Windsor's ice fee increases. 

However our tiered pricing has been modified. The current rate of $590 will stay in effect until June 30th and for those registering by credit card using the online link you will have the option of a four-payment plan due in increments over the summer. 

Additionally, rather than adopt two more increases for those that register later, we will maintain a rate of $610 from July 1st and incorporate a three-payment plan for those paying by credit card and registering using the online link. 

For those paying cash or for those that require additional consideration or assistance please contact the Registrar directly and we will do whatever we can to work with you as your specific needs dictate. 

We have no idea when hockey will resume but we will push ahead with a "business as usual" approach and encourage our members to do the same so as to ensure your player has a spot in the upcoming season. 

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