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2020 Season Update - House League Cancelled

By WHBL, 06/19/20, 6:30AM EDT

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We wish to inform you that, regretfully, the League has decided to cancel its House League baseball programs for the 2020 season.

 

To all our current registrants,

We wish to inform you that, regretfully, the League has decided to cancel its House League baseball programs for the 2020 season.

As we mentioned in our April 17, 2020 letter, despite an expected late start, we were hoping that we could still have a safe and fun season. Two months later, we have come to the realization that we will not be able to do so. There is still too much uncertainty as to when it will be safe to play games and also when the parks will be open for team sports. 

Let’s look forward to the 2021 season!

With regard to the registration fee you have paid for 2020, we offer two options:

Option A – A full refund of the registration fee paid (with the Administrative Fee for this year waived), to be returned via the Method of Payment originally used.

Option B – Apply the registration fee towards the 2021 season (registration secured for 2021 season). If fees increase for 2021, you will NOT have to pay extra – the 2020 fees will apply for 2021 equally.

Please reply via email by midnight Sunday June 28, 2020 if you wish to receive a refund (Option A), with the Subject Line – Baseball Refund Request.  Send your refund request to:  info@westhillbaseball.com

After the deadline date (midnight Sunday June 28, 2020), we will make arrangements with our website provider to provide the refunds to your credit cards.  Please allow 4 - 5 weeks to receive your refund.

If you have any questions, please contact us at: info@westhillbaseball.com

 

 

 

Please stay safe and healthy,

West Hill Baseball League Executive Board

 

Please refer to the information regarding Covid-19 posted to the City of Toronto website,

https://www.toronto.ca/home/covid-19/

And also the Ontario Provincial government website,

https://www.ontario.ca/page/2019-novel-coronavirus