The LLRIB Emergency Response Team met today on a multitude of issues regarding the response and action plans in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic. The ongoing health and safety of our community was our most important consideration during this difficult time.
Along with this though , we also deemed exercise and physical activity as important aspects of physical health and mental well-being . We strongly support the idea youth and adults still need an outlet particularly with impending school closures, with as much safety precautions as possible.
Both the Hall/Gymnasium and the Arena will remain open to the public with some limitations. To avoid large groups, age groups will be given their own specific hours of use. (Effective Tueday March 17, separate Gym and Arena schedules posted on our Facebook page, JRMCC Sports & Recreation, and on our website: www.jrmcc.ca). The Fitness Centre will remain open. however. no new memberships will be allowed at this time. Information updates will be emailed by our Fitness Centre Supervisor directly to our membership list.
The health and safety of our users and staff is extremely important to us. Because of that, we are taking extra precautions at JRMCC. In addition to our higher cleaning standards, we are implementing additional measures.
How JRMCC Is Keeping You Safe:
Regularly disinfecting all high traffic areas including washrooms, countertops, and door handles
Ensuring all participants wash their hands with soap and water (use dressing room #1)
Continue our capacity to ensure we can keep all areas clean
Separating sessions based on age groups to minimize large crowds
Provide you updates as new information becomes available
Users who are suspect of symptoms are requested to stay home.
As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve quickly, we shall continue to keep you informed of any important updates or relevant information during this unprecedented time. We thank you for your continued support, patronage and understanding on this matter.
Please Contact Stuart Halkett 420-0157 regarding Entry Fee and SHA roster.
Make Cheques payable to: JRMCC Sports & Recreation
Send registration & cheque to the contact address listed below to confirm your spot in our tournament.
Only registration forms that are accompanied by a cheque will be considered.
Contact Address: JRMCC Minor Hockey
La Ronge, Sask
We look forward to seeing you at our tournament!
For bookings & rate inquiries, contact JRMCC at 425-4852. – Pending on numbers, Public Skating/ Shinny may have to use half ice each. – Those times listed as OPEN (as listed on weekdays) or CLOSED (as listed on weekends) are also available for bookings. – Weekend ice times are subject to cancellations due to an event. – OPEN ice time bookings must be made 24-hours in advance and paid up $80.00 24-hours in advance. – All on-ice (with excepting of figure skaters) users/ participants must wear helmets at all times. – Schools scheduled for Wednesdays and Fridays, should call in advance as to avoid double bookings.
JRMCC Sports & Recreation Department is pleased to announce we have received a huge financial donation from the La Ronge Elks Club #554.
The Elks organization is a leading local provider of donations and is giving back to the community with a donation of $20,000 to the JRMCC Expansion & Renovation Project. The donation will assist in purchasing a variety of high-end cardio equipment to be used in the expanded fitness facility.
The $3.6 million JRMCC Expansion & Renovation Project included an expansion to the fitness centre, walking/jogging track, charter bus garage, boardroom, new seating and a new score clock.
“We are very excited and pleased to accept this donation”, said Kevin Roberts, Director of JRMCC Sports & Recreation. ““The Elks have great reputation of giving back to the community and we honoured to have them reach out to us with this awesome gift. Initiatives like this are making real and measurable difference in the lives of countless community members”
“Our charitable activity starts at the local level with our fundraisers and a host of other activities that we are involved with,” stated Curtis Skalicky, member of the La Ronge Elks. “The purpose of all this effort is to simply make our communities a better place to live. That’s what the Elks do.”
A cheque will officially be presented on Saturday, January 14 during a home game of La Ronge 89ers, who play in the Beaver Lakes Hockey League (BLHL). The league game starts at 7:00 pm vs Moosomin Warriors.