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Eagles Ice Arena: COVID-19 No Ice March 17-31
All ice skaters, figure skaters, hockey players and patrons of Eagles Ice Arena:
Due to state mandated closures related to the Coronavirus (see Governor announcement below), Eagles Ice Arena is closed to the public, We are required to cancel all scheduled events and ice times from March 17 through March 31, 2020. We apologize for this inconvenience as we try to work our way through these unprecedented times. We plan to use this time to further deep clean the facilities and have it available for you beginning in April 2020. We are commitment to the safety and security of our community and wish your families healthy days ahead.
Board of Governors
Inslee announces statewide shutdown of restaurants, bars and expanded social gathering limits
Governor Jay Inslee
Mar 16 · 3 min read
Gov. Jay Inslee announced today an emergency proclamation that mandates the immediate two-week closure of all restaurants, bars, and entertainment and recreational facilities, as well as additional limits on large gatherings. The new orders go into effect at midnight tonight and will be in place through March 31.
The announcement comes after the recent spike in numbers of COVID-19 cases in the state and across the country.
“If we are living a normal life, we are not doing our jobs as Washingtonians,” Inslee said. “We cannot do that anymore. We need to make changes, regardless of size. All of us need to do more. We must limit the number of people we come in contact with. This is the new normal.”
Inslee made the announcement in Seattle with King County Executive Dow Constantine and other local and health leaders via streaming and telephone to practice social distancing measures.
Statewide closure of all on-site food or beverage services
Inslee announced the two-week ban on any food or beverage service, regardless of location, that provides or allows on-site consumption.
The ban will not apply to grocery stores and pharmacies.
The ban includes, but is not limited to,
· Food courts,
· Bars and taverns,
· Wine, beer and spirits tasting venues,
· Doughnut shops and ice cream parlors,
· Coffee shops and
· Sit down airport restaurants and bars.
Take-out, delivery and drive-thru food and beverage services are not banned under the proclamation.
College and higher education campus dining halls are banned from providing on-site dining, but may provide take-out and delivery options. On-site food service and other related activities are permitted for childcare services and school-based food programs for K-12 schools.
Statewide guidance for social distancing in retail stores
Businesses are expected to ensure adequate environmental cleaning of stores and must designate an employee or officer to implement a social distancing plan for their business.
Once again, grocery stores and pharmacies will remain open under the emergency proclamation.
“The supply chain is strong,” Inslee said. “Grocery stores will continue operating and providing services to Washingtonians. There is no need to hoard food or supplies. Everyone needs to only buy what they need, and they need to remember when they overbuy, those things are taken away from their neighbors and others who need them now.”
Statewide closure of entertainment, leisure and non-essential services
Inslee also included entertainment, leisure and non-essential services in today’s emergency proclamation.
The ban includes, but is not limited to,
· Bowling alleys,
· Gyms and fitness centers,
· Non-tribal card rooms,
· Art galleries,
· Tattoo parlors,
· Barbers, hair salons and nail salons.
Statewide ban on gatherings of 50 or larger
Inslee also announced a further executive order expanding on orders from last week. Last Friday, Inslee expanded the ban on events larger than 250 beyond the Puget Sound region to the entire state. Today, he announced the ban will decrease in size to prohibit all events of 50 or larger statewide.
Additionally, all gatherings with under 50 participants are prohibited unless criteria from the CDC for public health and social distancing are met.
“I am proud of how Washingtonians have stepped up and worked together,” Inslee said. “I know we still have long days ahead, but I know that together we will prevail and be a stronger state as a result. We will get through this together and life will return to normal, but the steps we are taking now will help us get back to normal sooner.
”I ask everyone to take these steps to protect themselves, their families and their communities. Everyone needs to play their part. “
Dear Spokane Junior Chiefs,
The SAYHA BODs and staff value the health and safety of our players, families, and guests.
Governor Inslee has announced that he will temporarily shut down restaurants, bars, and entertainment and recreational facilities statewide due to the coronavirus. Additionally, he has limited all gatherings to under 50 people and all gatherings under 50 people are prohibited unless the criteria for public health and social distancing can be met. We will adhere to his recommendations and are cancelling all SAYHA events until March 31st, 2020. This includes practices, games, team parties, etc.
For now, all of our spring programming will be pushed back to start the week of April 13th. This date is subject to change based on continuing developments. We will keep you informed as we get more information.
Please be safe and stay healthy. For CDC recommendations, please visit: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/prevention.html
Stay safe along the wall! This 12U | 14U Spring Battling and Body Contact Skills Clinics are designed to teach players to get confident with giving and receiving body contact, including proper checking form.
This clinic is designed for birth years 2006-2009 and will run on Thursday nights (April 16 – May 21) from 6:30-7:30 PM on Rink 2. $150 for 6 weeks (best value!) or $30 per session. Register for the Battling and Body Contact Skills Clinic Here!
Our $99 Spring Learn to Play program is for players who have basic skating skills and are ready for more hockey! Players are in full hockey gear for this class.
Learn to Play consists of small groups of players on the ice with similar skill levels and follows the American Development Model guidelines which promote high activity through fun, station based practices and games. In order to effect appropriate skill development for LTP players, space is limited to 40 players per session.
Prerequisite: Lilac City Figure Skating Club’s Learn to Skate Class, Preschool Skate or basic skating ability (Learn to Skate class information and schedules can be found at www.eaglesicearena.com). In order to register for our Learn to Play program, you must first register your player with USA Hockey.
Series Length: Spring 6 week series – 1 class a week on Tuesday evenings (may join at any time) – 6:15-7:15 PM on Rink 1 at Eagles Ice Arena (6321 North Addison Spokane, WA 99208). The Spring Session will run April 14th – May 19th.
Equipment Required: Full hockey gear and stick (rental equipment is available through Spokane Youth Hockey sponsor, Play It Again Sports (1808 West Francis Spokane, WA 99205) for $39.00 (with the option to purchase at the end of the LTP class). Full gear includes a hockey helmet with facemask, hockey gloves and a stick – elbow pads and knee pads are recommended. Learn to Play jersey is included in registration price.
Register for our high level spring Skill Builder Clinics on Tuesday nights (April 14 – May 19) from 7:30-8:45 PM (45 minutes of instruction and 30 minutes of game time). For birth years 2000-2005 (16U-20U).
$150 for 6 weeks or $30 each session – Register with this link!