Payment/Cheque Collection - Sunday, News (TCDMHA)

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Sep 25, 2020 | Jeff Rosenburg | 919 views
Payment/Cheque Collection - Sunday
Cheques can be dropped off at the Desboro ball diamond pavilion on Sunday September 27th from 11AM - 1PM. 

Please date cheques for October 1st, December 1st and February 1st.

To help ensure distancing and safety protocols we are asking the following:

- One person per household

- U5 - U11 please come between 11AM and 12PM

- U13 - U18 please come between 12PM and 1PM

- Please have cheques filled out ahead of time, in an unsealed envelope with player's names, and amount enclosed. If this is not possible, please bring your own pen.

- Please wear a face covering if possible.

If you are paying by credit card, please pay 1/3 of your balance by October 1st.


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