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Please follow the social distancing guidelines for entry to the Rinks

  • Please check with your host guidelines before coming to games, groups may have more restrictions in place than what the Cornerstone's policies. Know before you go!
  • Players will enter and leave from the Rink doors of only the rink they are scheduled to skate on, Rink 1 lower entrance, Rink 2 lower entrance or Rink 3 main entrance.
  • Players should follow instructions and signage as they enter.
  • Teams not allowed into the facility until 15 minutes prior to game time and must exit arena within 15 minutes of game ending. Players arrive at arena fully dressed except skates, gloves, and helmet. • If spectators are allowed, provide a different entrance and exit for spectators and scouts. Arrive no earlier than puck drop; leave building immediately.
  • Locker rooms do not have doors in order to encourage players to get dressed off site. Showers are not available.  Please use locker rooms to complete dressing and get skates on.
  • Players need to get dressed at home, skates can be put on inside the rink locker rooms, and any player that does not want to use the locker rooms may use the open areas in Rink 2 to get skates on.
  • Fill water bottle prior to entry to the rinks, public drinking water sources are closed.
  • FOR GAMES up to 4 ADULTS per player will be allowed to enter.  Parents and Spectators should not enter until the game time, and are limited to 4 Adults per player at Games.
  • Spectators for Rinks 1 or 2 need to enter from the second level doors on the west side of the building. Spectators for Rink 3 will need to enter at the Main Resch entrance on the North side of the building.
  • Players will need to be able to tie their own skates or where skate guards into the rink. If they need to be tied by a parent or adult, that person should leave as soon as the skates are tied.
  • It is mandatory that face masks be wore anytime you are in the building and off the ice

Crews will be continually sanitizing high traffic areas of the lobbies, locker rooms and benches.  Please always be sure to wash your hands, and self-monitor yours and your players symptoms and stay home if you have any symptoms of a cold or COVID.  Please do your part to keep a clean environment by disposing of your trash in the proper receptacles to keep our staff safe.

The Cornerstone Community Center (CCC) was built in 2000 as the new home of Green Bay Area Youth Hockey, St. Norbert Green Knight Hockey, and the Cornerstone Skating Club.
The CCC is privately owned by the Nonprofit Group, Cornerstone Community Center Inc., and an affiliate of Green Bay Area Youth Hockey.
The CCC offers programs for Youth Hockey, adult leagues, and instruction. Hockey and skating skill classes and programs are available throughout the year.

In 2007 the Resch Olympic Pavilion was added to the Cornerstone Community Ice Center providing the CCC with an Olympic sized ice rink.
The Resch Pavilion has held several large events since its construction. The list includes a dog show, roller derby, and the 2013 National Curling Championship.

The CCC is located in the Ashwaubenon Sports Complex and our address is 1640 Fernando Dr., De Pere, WI 54115.  The map below shows our correct location.

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The CCC is located in the Ashwaubenon Sports Complex and our address is 1640 Fernando Dr., De Pere, WI 54115.  The map below shows our correct location.

Contact Information

Office Phone (920) 403-2000

Fax (920) 403-2004

Don Chilson – Manager

Jay Boxer

Cornerstone President -- Phil Deleers