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Volunteer Bond
Submitted By Sarah Rider on Thursday, September 3, 2020
We know you have had some questions about the volunteer bond. This year is even more important for volunteers to get involved as we will need someone at a sign in table for every single ice time for contact tracing. 



First up will be travel teams, who will need to have someone man their own table for each ice time until further notice. To fulfill the bond commitment, you will need to do 4 ice times. These commitments are about 20 minutes in length each. Only one person, no children with you, and a mask is mandatory inside all buildings as per the Reopening Ontario act and Woodstock by-laws. Speak with your coaches and directors about helping out and getting your bond fulfilled. 
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