RMMHA looking for referees

All boys and girls 12 years old or playing in their second year of pee wee and older are eligible to sign-up.

The Ridge Meadows Minor Hockey Association is currently accepting prospective new referees for the 2015/16 season.

The RMMHA is hosting new refereeing Level 1 clinics in October and still have room for refs to sign up.

All boys and girls 12 years old or playing in their second year of pee wee and older are eligible to sign-up.

Also, anyone already certified and looking to confirm their spot on the RMMHA’s list can email as well.

• To register, email Derek Bedard, referee-in-chief at ric@ridgemeadowshockey.com.

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