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05-07-2012, 08:02 PM
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Originally Posted by SoundwaveIsCharisma View Post
You need to tell them that they can't do it in the rink/around the rink. Tackle it as a purely business thing, that your league could be at risk if drugs are being used in the rinks you're playing at.
This is what I would suggest.

I've been the president of an adult association, and the city-owned rink we play at has a policy of no drugs/drinking. They turn a mostly blind eye to people having a beer after a game, but if people are drunk or high on the ice and the association knows about it? We could lose our ice times.

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