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Hockey Equipment Drive for Skate the Dream
Submitted By Mario Barricelli on Friday, January 17, 2020
As part of the Rogers Hometown Hockey experience at Morgan Firestone this weekend, and in support of the Skate the Dream program (Boys and Girls Clubs of Hamilton), the Ancaster Avalanche Girls Hockey Association, Ancaster Minor Hockey Association and the Glancaster Bombers are collecting Used Hockey Equipment for the Skate the Dream program. 

Drop off bins will be located in Morgan Firestone foyer Saturday January 18th and Sunday January 19th.

Clean out those garages and basements and bring it all in for a great cause!

While you are there come grab a hot dog and a snack at the Sobeys BBQ tent, behind Morgan Firestone - all proceeds support Avalanche Girls Hockey Association, Ancaster Minor Hockey Association and the Glancaster Bombers.
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