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Cambridge roadrunners are excited to Bring Back The First Shift Program!
Submitted By roadrunners Hockey on Tuesday, July 11, 2017
The CrGHA is excited to be offering The First Shift, a learn-to-play program allows kids to easily try the sport in a convenient, affordable and fun way.

This six-week on ice program is for kids ages 6-10 who have never played hockey! At $199, which includes 6 weeks of 1hr ice time and head-to-toe BAUER equipment.  (Ice skates, stick, helmet, bag, pads etc.)

Registered Girls will participate in a welcome event Wednesday October 18th from 6-8pm.  The First Shift, Bauer and Hockey Canada will provide important education and expertly fit the Girls with head-to-toe gear. 

 

Parents can learn more by visiting - The First Shift http://www.firstshift.ca/ website.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TODAY!

Only 45 spots are available. You will be contacted to confirm participation by the program administrator at the Cambridge roadrunners girls’ hockey association. 

First Shift program details: 

  • Kick off day for registered families and players: Wednesday October 18th 6pm. (location: Preston arena in the hall)
  • 6 week on ice hockey program. Each Saturday for 6 weeks starting Saturday November 4th at Sports Park arena (#1001 Franklin Blvd, Cambridge, ON)

Your daughter must attend October 18th and be paid in full. There will be 4-1 kids to coach ratio.

For additional information please visit www.firstshift.ca or email [email protected]
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