Community Assistance Greatly Appreciated, News (Midland Minor Hockey Association)

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Community Assistance Greatly Appreciated
Submitted By hbressette on Wednesday, January 21, 2015
We would like to extend a huge thank you to our community partners that have helped some MMHA players have the opportunity to participate in organized sports.  The Canadian Tire Jumpstart program and We are the Villagers have been tremendous supporters of our young athletes.

"We all play for Canada" slogan by Jumpstart is so fitting. Every young athlete should have the opportunity to participate and compete in sports. We are the Villagers is relatively new organization in our area. It has been a tremendous addition to our community and they have assisted so many young participants.

Thank you from all the players, parents and members of Midland Minor Hockey Association that you have helped this season and in future seasons to come!

Please remember to support these two organizations with their community support initiatives.

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We Are The Villagers(website) - It takes a village to raise a child.

 

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