Gens spring camp coming

This season, the Save-On-Foods Oceanside Generals celebrate 25 years.

This season, the Save-On-Foods Oceanside Generals celebrate 25 years.

Having named a new head coach last week in Brad Knight, the Generals continue to have a busy off-season, opening registration for their Spring Camp, which will take place June 5-7 at Oceanside Place in Parksville.

People can register now on the team website at www.oceansidegenerals.com.

Among other things, the Generals have been busy putting the finishing touches on their team office, including the player stalls where team members can hang their gear and uniforms out to dry.

The Generals are also looking to gain a dressing room, specifically built for the team, at Oceanside Place.

“We’ve put together a committee to speak with the RDN,” team president Elizabeth Cudmore said.

“We’ve got a few teams, the women’s league for instance, that don’t even have their own designated dressing room. Oceanside Minor Hockey doesn’t have an office in Oceanside Place and we’re looking into building a dressing room for the Generals as well.”

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