So are you saying that it’s perfectly acceptable for a for-profit rink owner/operator to steal and entire program away from a not-for-profit youth association. I have no problem with Ice Line starting their own program, but the way it happened was not right - and it wasn’t fair to put the kids and the parents in that kind of predicament. Yes, the kids just want to play, and they want to play with their friends and they should. Say what you want about LR, RB and the other members of the Quakers leadership, but they deserved better. JG should have been up front and honest and told them that Ice Line was going to start their own Tier II program and give them sufficient time to find a new place to play. After supporting Ice Line for so long they deserved better. Perfectly happy to have another program in the area, but it should not have been at the expense of an existing program. Quakers have what, 5-6 teams for next year, most of which are older kids. What happened, and how it happened was BS and you know it.