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UPDATE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF GMHA
Submitted By Jason Shedden on Saturday, November 12, 2016
Glanbrook Rangers community,  

Many of you are aware, on behalf of the GMHA, I have released a statement last week regarding the discriminatory ice allotment that our great and fast growing Glanbrook community is receiving from the City of Hamilton.  It is my wish to update that we have recently attended a meeting with our Councillor Brenda Johnson & the manager of Sport and Development within the City of Hamilton, Steve Sevor.  I along with the GMHA board will continue these discussions and provide an update with our progress in the coming days.



Our commitment to this issue and many others rely heavily on your support. Your actions are central to the success of our mission and your actions will drive this matter. Therefore, I ask that our membership and parents of our community continue to send your emails of support to Councillor Brenda Johnson ([email protected]) and Mayor Eisenberger ([email protected]).  Furthermore, we have a petition set-up in the GMHA room at the Glanbrook Arena.  Please come in and sign our petition to fight for the children of our community, allowing them to play the sport we love.  Your voice is required to make change and force equality towards all children of Hamilton.  

Yours in Hockey,  
Rob Barbera
President
Glanbrook Minor Hockey Association
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