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Apr 22, 2012 | Vonnie Crawford | 2793 views
THANK YOU to everyone who has used the new OnLine Registration, it certainly helped speed the registration process today.

The online registration has been activated again following Sunday's registration.  If you haven't registered please do so NOW, cheques will be received prior to the AGM meeting on Thursday April 26th from 7:15 - 7:50 in Keady.  Returning players with cheques not received prior to April 30th will be charged a $100.00 late fee.  

If you're looking to try a online form check out the coaches/trainer/manager application they are also being accepted on line and we look forward to as many responses using that form as the Pre-Registration.

See you at the AGM on Thursday, remember 1 lucky voting member present will win $250.00 off their 2012-2013 hockey registration.

Township of Georgian Bluffs
Just a few hours from major Ontario cities, Georgian Bluffs is a collection of communities stretching north from Chatsworth to just south of Wiarton. Copper Kettle, Cobble Beach, Slough of Despond, Big Bay, Oxenden, Balmy Beach… these are just some of the names that paint a picture of the Georgian Bluffs canvas along the Georgian Bay Coastal Route. We have the natural beauty of waterfalls, the Niagara Escarpment and the blue waters of Georgian Bay just to mention a few of our natural amenities. We are a township for all seasons!
Township of Chatsworth
Essentially a rural community, the Township of Chatsworth takes its flavour from the farmlands and forests surrounding it. We welcome visitors to stop and visit as you drive through central Grey County. Amalgamated January 1, 2000, the Township of Chatsworth is made up of the former Townships of Holland and Sullivan and the Village of Chatsworth. The Township population is approximately 8,000 in an area of 260 square miles. Agriculture is the most predominant industry in the Township. There are also a significant number of sawmills in the township, many operated by the Amish community. Tourism and recreation are a growing industry. The Niagara Escarpment, 6 county forests, numerous conservation areas, inland lakes and major rivers provide plenty of year round activities including hiking, biking, snowmobiling, and cross country skiing.