We have received our second quarter distribution from Kroger. I checked my personal account and it has been updated so I am assuming if you are participating yours has been updated as well. Please send me your information if you are participating no later than 5pm on Wednesday, December 16. If you have not received a confirmation email from me by Friday, 18, please resubmit your information.
PLEASE NOTE: OUR NUMBER TO TT350.
Below are the directions for determining your Kroger funds. Please follow them as stated below and if you run into any problems, please contact Kroger directly. Please try to confirm that the amount has changed from your last submission as they do not date the information posted and it is difficult for me to check everyone's past balance. These funds can be used for any 2018-19 program.
Log in by clicking on "Sign In" about 2/3 down the page. DO NOT log in by the “Sign In” at the top.
Enter your email address and password.
The next page that comes up should read View Your Rewards Detail (click on this).
The bottom box of information is labeled “Community Rewards”.
Highlight the information in the entire box and copy it. You can do this by highlighting and RIGHT clicking your mouse and selecting copy or you can do this by highlighting and clicking CTRL C on your keyboard.
Once you copy the information, open your email and where you would type text, paste the Community Rewards information. Can be done by putting your curser in the text box and either RIGHT clicking your mouse and selecting paste or by clicking CTRL V on your keyboard.
In your email subject line, please type Community Reward, YOUR NAME, YOUR SKATER’S NAME and send the email to me at email@example.com.
If you are someone who has multiple people helping you out, you may want to contact them and ask them for their log in and password information so you can get the information. That is clearly up to you. I can take the information from you or from them.
Here’s some general information Kroger’s passed along with their information email that the check was going to be coming soon.
We cannot enroll or create online accounts for supporters over the phone. If you have a supporter who is experiencing issues with their online account please have them contact our dedicated online support team at 1-866-221-4141.
If they have forgotten their email address, need to update their Kroger Plus Card information or change their alternate I.D. (the phone number they use at the store) please have them contact our loyalty department at 1-800-576-4377, option 4, then option 3 to update.
If your supporters do not see the Community Rewards message at the bottom of their receipt, please have them contact us at 1-800-294-4438 option #2. We will contact the appropriate personnel to have the problem corrected. Supporters may also call us for previous cycle donation amounts or to double check that they are enrolled.
Congratulations to the following 2020-21 CharityMania FootballMania winners. Thank you so much for supporting the Swords!
Week 1 - $25 winner - P. Blyberg supporting the Mulvaney family
Week 1 - $25 winner - D. Powers supporting the Powers family
Week 1 - $25 winner - R. Wayne supporting the Leever family
Week 1 - $25 winner - J. Altherr supporting the Brennan family
Week 2 - $400 winner - R. Long supporting the Kuhn family
Week 2 - $25 winner - B. Abbott supporting the Osting family
Week 2 - $25 winner - C. Mulvaney supporting the Mulvaney family
Week 3 - $25 winner - L. Mills sponsoring the Sochocki family
Week 4 - $50 winner - M. Barbee supporting the Carolla family
Week 4 - $25 winner - S. Friede supporting Team Backen
Week 4 - $25 winner - M. Lindblade supporting Team Backen
Week 4 - $25 winner - K. Pandilidis supporting the Gold family
Week 5 - $25 winner - B. Schlegel supporting the Kuhn family
Week 5 - $25 winner - J. Altherr supporting the Brennan family
Week 5 - $25 winner - L. Spears supporting the Schneider family
Week 5 - $25 winner - S. Peyton supporting the Evans family
Week 5 - $25 winner - B. Uhl supporting Team Backen
Week 5 - $25 winner - G. Reidinger supporting the Mulvany family
Week 6 - $50 winner - P. Evans supporting the Evans family
Week 6 - $25 winner - J. Sackenheim supporting Team Backen
Week 6 - $25 winner - C. Fairless supporting the Leever family
Week 7 - $50 winner - R. Hauschivd supporting the Sochocki family
Week 7 - $25 winner - J. Lisch supporting the Carolla family
Week 7 - $25 winner - S. Turner supporting Team Backen
Week 7 - $25 winner - L. Schneider supporting the Schneider family
Week 8 - $100 winner - P. Christman supporting the Mohr family
Week 8 - $25 winner - S. Carpenter supporting the Gold family
Week 8 - $25 winner - S. Bonnette supporting the Viles family
Week 8 - $25 winner - M. Powers supporting the Powers family
Week 9 - $400 winner - B. Hemsath sponsoring the Leever family
Week 9 - $50 winner - A. Trimpe sponsoring the Mulvaney family
Week 9 - $25 winner - K. Seibel sponsoring the Gold family
Week 9 - $25 winner - N. Lewis sponsoring the Schneider family
Week 10 - $100 winner - S. Lavender sponsoring the Carmony family
Week 10 - $25 winner - S. Gatermann sponsoring the Mohr family
Week 11 - $25 winner - A. Bindel sponsoring the Osting family
Below is the UPDATED plan the Swords will follow for those experiencing Covid symptoms, are exposed to the virus, and/or test positive.
Swords Leadership Team
Swords Covid-19 Policy
Dated: November 17, 2020
Player or Coach Covid-19 Situations
Player or coach tests positive for Covid-19 and no symptoms
Individual is restricted from hockey, can return after 10 days have passed since the positive test
An individual who tests positive for COVID-19, whether symptomatic or asymptomatic, must not return to sport activities until a documented medical exam is performed clearing the individual to return to play. The documented medical exam must specifically include an assessment of the cardiac/heart risk of high-intensity exercise due to the potential of myocarditis occurring in COVID-19 patients**
Team will contact trace if a team activity occurred within 48 hrs of sample collection date
Player or coach develops symptoms within 48 hours of a game or practice
Individual is restricted from hockey for
At least 10 days since symptoms first appeared and
At least 24 hours with no fever without fever-reducing medication and
Other symptoms of COVID-19 are improving**Loss of taste and smell may persist for weeks or months after recovery and need not delay the end of isolation
Team will contact trace
Player or coach has close contact* with another player, coach, official, parent who is infected
Individual is restricted from hockey for 14-days following the exposure
Player or coach receives quarantine exposure letter from school or work
Individual is restricted from hockey during the quarantine period defined in the letter
Swords Family Member Covid-19 Situations
Swords player or coach has close contact* with the family member and
Family member tests positive for Covid-19 and no symptoms
Player or coach is restricted from hockey, can return after 10 days have passed since the date of the positive test for the family member
Family member develops Covid-19 symptoms
Player or coach is restricted from hockey for 14 days after the last close contact with the family member, assumes the player will not have further close contact
Family member receives quarantine exposure letter from work or school
Player is restricted from hockey during the quarantine period defined in the letter
Swords families: Please note that a Health Wellness check will need to be completed prior to arriving at the rink, your Team will be keeping a record of this information just in case we need to contact you – this is for contract tracing purposes. Teams are using a variety of apps to do this check. Please make sure you know what your team is using. Temperatures will also be taken before every game and practice. Sports Plus does have Hand Sanitizing stations throughout the facility and they also disinfect the lobby area and locker rooms between games.
Wear masks at all times throughout the facility until on the ice / bench areas. We strongly recommend that masks be worn by coaches as well when on the benches.
Any trainers or parent volunteers that also need to be in close proximity to a player shall also wear a mask when in contact with the player(s). We also suggest that a trainer wear gloves when dealing with an injured player as well as the mask.
Any parent volunteer that is in the penalty box and/or the scorer’s area will need to wear a mask at all times.
Suggest to come inside the facility partially dressed or dress your team at intervals to minimize the time players are in a locker room.
After a game proceedings – a handshake line can still happen (agree with coaches before the game) will need to be fist bumps (players gloves on) and / or elbows.
Get out of the locker rooms as fast as possible so they can be cleaned – No congregating or long discussions with the team after a game – the lockers rooms need to be cleaned and ready for the next team to use.
Wear a mask at all times until helmet is on to go out on the ice. This also includes in any locker room area or walking around the rink. Also, a mask must be worn as soon as the helmet comes off.
Socially distance when not on the ice, even if in full hockey gear
Before and After games please do not touch the glass or the boards – you can watch games from a distance.
Rink Lockers rooms, maintain social distancing where you can by leaving a space between you and your teammate.
Do not mess around in the locker room, get dressed and ready to go. Get undressed and leave.
Wear a mask at all times
Socially distance where possibly around the rink
Can sit with immediate family members in the stands but maintain 6 foot socially distance between you and the next family – Please limit the number of family members.
You can space yourself around the rink but please do not touch the boards or glass
Please do not congregate in the lobby before or after a game, take your conversations outside once your player is out of the locker room.
The following is the locker room assignments for practices starting Tuesday September 8th. We have tried to space everyone one when possible. Please practice social distancing when getting dressed and undressed for practices.
Please note as part of the tryout registration, families agreed to the Swords refund policy. While we do understand that COVID-19 presents the Swords and our families with a certain amount of uncertainty, we believe the current rink policy and our refund policy will be followed and includes:
Rink closure per Sports Plus (level 3 emergency or State of Ohio mandate) – Sports Plus will only close in the event of a level 3 emergency or by a State of Ohio mandate. If they do not close, we are obligated to pay for our commitment. If the rink closes, we will be able to stop payments to Sports Plus and work on refunds based on time closed, etc.
Injury/Illness – if a player misses more than 1/3 of season and we have doctor’s confirmation of diagnosis we do a pro-rated refund. COVID-19 diagnosis would fall under illness.
Beginning this year for the 2017-18 season, all skaters, at least one parent and all coaches (head, assistant, on-ice helpers) must comply with OH Senate Bill 252 (Lindsay’s Law). Below is general information about the bill and the requirements. Even if you do not live in Ohio, if you are participating on a Swords team, you must complete the requirements.
Lindsay’s Law: Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Youth Athletes
What is Sudden Cardiac Arrest?
A Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) occurs when the heart suddenly and unexpectedly stops beating, cutting off blood flow to the brain and other vital organs. Sudden cardiac arrest is fatal if not treated immediately, most often by a defibrillator.
Who is Lindsay?
Senate Bill 252 is named for national heart health advocate and former Miss Ohio Lindsay Davis who suffers from a heart condition and has since dedicated her career to raising awareness of this potentially fatal condition.
"Sudden cardiac arrest is the number one killer of student athletes," said Davis. "At any moment I could have died because coaches and teachers had no idea this was even a possibility for someone who looked as healthy as I did at that age."
In accordance with this law, the Ohio Department of Health, the Ohio Department of Education, the Ohio High School Athletic Association, the Ohio Chapter of the American College of Cardiology and other stakeholders jointly developed guidelines and other relevant materials to inform and educate students and youth athletes participating in or desiring to participate in an athletic activity, their parents, and their coaches about the nature and warning signs of sudden cardiac arrest.
The following resources were developed to implement Lindsay’s Law: