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TURN THE RINK PINK!!!!
Submitted By Mark Ramsay on Sat 10 15, 16

On October 21st in Bothwell and October 23rd in Glencoe SWMHA will be hosting our first ever "Turn the Rink Pink" events in support of Breast Cancer Research. 



Here is how you can get involved.......

We are asking every team that plays those two days to find creative ways to show your support by wearing pink. Encourage your team to stick around until the end of the day to fill the stands and cheer on our teams wearing pink!! And if your not playing those two days, we'd still love your support!

* No gate fee for all games, donation will be asked instead.

* Prize for the team who shows the most support.

* 'Chuck-a-puck' instead of 50/50 draws. 'Chuck-a-puck' will happen during the Midget game in Glencoe.

* There will be door prizes and raffle prizes for both nights.

This is a great way for our teams to get involved in something that supports people within our community and have a little fun doing it!!
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