MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the Stouffville Amateur Hockey League is to supply the men and women adults of the greater Whitchurch-Stouffville area, and of all caliber of hockey ability, with the opportunity to participate in organized hockey with the concentration and focus being on safety, sportsmanship and fair-play, as well as friendship and fellowship within the community of membership.
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NEWS & EVENTS

Covid-19 Update - September 1st:

We hope you are well and enjoying your summer.

You may be aware that sport organizations, like many other aspects of our lives, are facing huge challenges in moving forward with our new normal.  The SAHL Executive has had discussions on how we, as a league, make the right decisions regarding our upcoming season in order to ensure everyone’s safety and comfort. The Town will be reopening the Clippers arena at the end of August and the Stouffville Arena some time in September. We are awaiting their 'Return to Play' document to help evaluate how to resume the league but we already know many of the mandated procedures that we would be required to fulfill in order to gain access.  At this time we feel it is in everyone’s best interest if we hold off on resuming play until January 2021, to better evaluate protocols and see how other organizations are managing their return to play.

Covid-19 Update - July 24th:

Unfortunately there is no new information as to when and if the 2020-2021 winter season can begin. As York Region moves into stage 3 of reopening we hope to have an update for you soon.  Please keep checking here for any new information.

Covid-19 Update - April 15th:

The 2020 Summer Women's season has been cancelled as the arena is closed due to COVID-19.
If the arena re-opens before September we may offer a Summer Skills & Shinny program instead.

COVID-19 Update:

All sahl games have been cancelled due to covid-19. the town has made the decision to close all facilities as of midnight March 12th and to reopen April 14th.

if there are any changes we will update all player.

In the next few weeks we wll advise as to whether the banquet will go ahead.

the below information was sent by the town:

WHITCHURCH-STOUFFVILLE CLOSES FACILITIES UNTIL APRIL 14 IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19

On March 11, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 (Coronavirus) as a pandemic. There is no evidence of community spread within York Region and the risk to York Region residents of acquiring the virus, including those of Whitchurch-Stouffville, remains low.

In response to these recent developments, the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville is taking a proactive approach at ‘social-distancing’ and has made the decision to close all Town facilities until April 14, effective midnight tonight. This closure affects all Town services, programs and events that were to be held at these facilities, including all March Break camps and programs. Those camps and programs are cancelled.

“The Town is taking swift and decisive action to protect out residents and prevent the spread of COVID-19,” said Whitchurch-Stouffville Mayor Iain Lovatt. “The health and well-being of our community is a top priority and we feel that taking this proactive approach is the best solution for everyone in Whitchurch-Stouffville.”

The Town facilities affected include:

• Stouffville Arena
• Stouffville Clippers Sports Complex
• Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Center
• Whitchurch-Stouffville Public Library
Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum and Community Center
• SoccerCity
• The Lebovic Centre for Arts & Entertainment – Nineteen on the Park
• All Community Centers
• 6240 Main Street/55+ Club

Town Hall, located at 111 Sandiford Drive, will be closed to the public, however services via online and telephone will remain. Residents are asked to visit our website at townofws.ca for more information.

All non-essential activities associated with Fire & Emergency Services will be cancelled but emergency services will remain. All parks, parkettes and outdoor facilities will remain open to the public.

“We recognize the impact this decision will likely have on families and our facility users,” Mayor Lovatt said. “but this precaution is necessary to help keep people safe. The situation with COVID-19 is rapidly changing, and we will continue to adjust our operations according to the recommendations of health authorities.”

The Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville is collaboratively working with York Region Public Health, provincial, and national health agencies to monitor COVID-19 and to share information and resources. Further information about Town-related COVID-19 concerns, can be found at townofws.ca/COVID19. Further information about the virus can be found at york.ca/COVID19.

SAHL Financials are now available. Please email Lynne at randlharrington@rogers.com to request a copy

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Stouffville Amatuer Hockey League
P.O. Box 92
Stouffville, ON L4A 7Z4