VOLUNTEER DEPOSITS & REFUNDS, News (Port Stanley Minor Hockey)

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Apr 06, 2022 | Stephanie Haynes | 533 views
As this successful hockey season comes to an end, PSMHA is finalizing the volunteer deposits received for 2021-2022 

If you have volunteered or have scheduled your volunteer hours and provided a cheque as deposit, please reach out to [email protected] to arrange for the return or destruction of the cheque. If you paid by etransfer a cash refund will be available at the AGM scheduled for 6:30pm on April 19, 2022 or alternatively on April 22pm from 6-7pm in the arena parking lot. 


For those that did not volunteer and provided a posted dated cheque, these will be deposited by April 8, 2022.


Please reach out to Jean Devine at [email protected] should you have any questions or concerns. 





Jean Devine (she/her)

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