Countdown begins for Provincial tournament in Rimbey

With just over a month to go until the Canalta Peewee team hosts the Peewee C Provincial Hockey Championships in Rimbey.

With just over a month to go until the Canalta Peewee team hosts the Peewee C Provincial Hockey Championships in Rimbey, the host committee is busy with preparations.

The committee’s pub night fundraiser at the Vault on January 29 was a success. They raised approximately $2,000 and would like to thank everyone who came out for their support. The team is continuing their bottle drive throughout the month of February so any donations are welcome and appreciated.

The Canalta Peewees are also looking for donations of new, used, or broken sticks. Sticks can be dropped off with Riley Ryden at the Rimbey Junior Senior High School office.

In conjunction with Rimbey Co-op, the team is selling Rimbey Co-op gift cards to help raise funds for the Provincials. The cards can be purchased in denominations of $50 or $100 and can be used at any retail Co-op location across Western Canada.

Please contact Canalta Peewee families or call Pam Burchnall at 403-505-4688 or Riley Ryden at 493-913-5224.

 

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