Local Non-Profit Organization Helping Local Youth from Dresden, Bothwell/Glencoe and West Lorne get started in Hockey, News (Southwest Bullets)

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Local Non-Profit Organization Helping Local Youth from Dresden, Bothwell/Glencoe and West Lorne get started in Hockey
Submitted By Jay Talbot on Thu 02 21, 19

Gooday Lets Play is a charitable program that helps financially disadvantaged kids participate in organized minor hockey associations, the lifeblood of local hockey.

Our support consists of funding for all or a portion of registration fee's for children and youth, 18 years old or younger whom desire to start playing the game of hockey. We will also help our local minor hockey associations which consist of Dresden, Bothwell / Glencoe and West Lorne respectively provide new and used equipment for those who are currently experiencing difficulty raising enough funds to fully participate in the game they love.It all starts with a child in need who has a desire to play hockey, with your support more children will be able to stay physically active, acquire life skills, create friendships and ever lasting memories.
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