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Hockey Fights Cancer
Submitted By Martin Steele on Monday, September 2, 2019
We have all been touched in some way by the effects of cancer.  In support of this, the PeeWee Major AA Cobras are excited to bring the NHL Initiative "Hockey Fights Cancer" to Chatham-Kent! 

Throughout November, you will see our team proudly wearing our purple/mauve "Hockey Fights Cancer" jerseys, to bring awareness to this important cause.  


We will also be hosting:

'Hockey Fights Cancer - aChuck the Puck' Event, on Saturday, November 16th @ 2:00pm (at our Home Game, at Thames Campus)

Please consider attending this game and sporting your purple/mauve attire, or by purchasing a puck to chuckWe are offering a sponsored prize package to the person who chucks their puck closest to centre ice.

We are selling the "Hockey Fights Cancer" pucks at $5.00 each:

-through our players

-at the Chatham Pro Shop (generous sponsor of this event)

-at Sobeys, from 11-2pm, on Saturday, September 28th 

*Buyers may dedicate their purchased puck to someone who has been affected by cancer.*  

*Our team will not profit from this event, and any generated money will be donated directly to the Canadian Cancer Society.*

We continue to seek support and sponsorship for this cause - please direct any questions or information to [email protected].

Thank you in advance for your consideration and support!


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