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Rowan's Law Day
Submitted By Chris Corney on Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Today we support Rowan's Law Day.

 Please be aware of the signs and symptoms of concussions. Prevent them, treat them, and follow the protocols outlined by our government and sports injury professionals.    A few weeks off the ice, a few missed practices, a few lost games. None of these things matter more than your child's wellbeing! Our Association and Coaches all believe in following this protocol to protect our players.    Please take a minute to educate yourself on this important topic. There is a download at the bottom of this link for different age groups that is very beneficial. Concussions can happen at any age. Be prepared.

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