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U11 Smith team raised over $2000 for the giving tree
Submitted By Shannon Drumm on Thursday, December 10, 2020
Every year the Smith Nighthawks team sell wreaths to support their Rep teams season. 

Due to the unusual hockey season we are having and not able to have rep travel teams, they still decided to continue the tradition of the wreath fundraiser.  This year the team donated all proceeds to the Salvation Army for the Giving Tree. 


Due to COVID only a small number of kids could present the cheque to the Salvation Army.

Pictured are 4 players from the U11 Smith team. Left to right Spencer H, Tyson G, Merrick L,Cohen S. Cheque was present to Major Wendy Broome at the Salvation Army.

Such an inspiring and generous effort completed by the U11 Smith players/coaches and families.  Thank you Nighthawks U11 Smith team 💙🖤🏒
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