Timekeepers Wanted for the 2016/17 Season, News (Peterborough Minor Petes)

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Timekeepers Wanted for the 2016/17 Season
Submitted By PMHC on Sunday, August 21, 2016
The following are considered an asset:

- Have an understanding of hockey and the rules.
- Be able to work with an iPad using electronic gamesheets. 
- Available to work games from September to April at Evinrude Centre, Memorial Centre and Kinsmen Arena.  
- Must be able to keep a professional and calm attitude under pressure
- $15 per person per game – maximum 2 timekeepers (Novice to Minor Bantam)
- $20 per person per game – maximum 2 timekeepers (Bantam to Midget)

The timekeepers for hire are required to attended training on August 24, 2016
If interested please contact Walter DiClemente 705 760 0440 or [email protected]

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