TCMHA food drive a success

Diana Hoggard writes in with news of the Thompson-Cariboo Minor Hockey Association.

Dear Editor,

We couldn’t have asked for a better day for our Thompson-Cariboo Minor Hockey Association celebration/barbecue/food drive on Sun., July 13! An awesome time was had by all who attended. Great company, good food, and the pool to cool off in!

We are so proud of our families’ support in “Giving a little something back to our communities.” We were able to fill almost 10 boxes with food items for the Elizabeth Fry Society, so great job TCMHA!

Thank you to the Ashcroft Bakery for their donation to the Food Bank, and thank you for the wonderful job they did on our cake! Also, thank you to everyone who worked so hard to make this happen. It was really good to see some people out to register their kids for the upcoming hockey season! Remember, everyone, that there is only one more hockey registration coming up, on Sept. 8.

Congratulations to Kurt Brown, who won the Free Pass to the Zipity Doo Dah Zipline Adventure Park in Ashcroft!

Diana Hoggard

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