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Greater Kingston Food Drive
Submitted By Public Relations on Monday, September 10, 2018

Greater Kingston Jr. Frontenac’s and Partner’s in Mission Foodbank working together for a FOOD DRIVE.  

Thank you to Sponsors, Coaches, Friends and Family for your support.  Greater Kingston is proud to donate 1029 lbs of food to the Missions Foodbank 



                       

 
 
    Greater Kingston Jr. Frontenac’s and Partner’s in Mission Foodbank working together for a
 
                                                    FOOD DRIVE – Saturday September 29th
                                                      11am to 6pm – Invista Center Kingston
                                                    1350 Gardiners Rd, Kingston, ON K7P 2Y2
 
             Please come together as a hockey community to watch some fantastic minor hockey and support the Partners in Mission.
             
             We have 8 games rolling back to back with players aged 9 to 17 playing at the top level in the province.
                                                                 Admission is FREE.
              Please bring a non-perishable food item to drop in the BIN and lending a helping hand to others in our community.

Age Group, Time and Ice Pad.  All Games Played At Kingston Invista Center  


Minor Atom vs 
Markham Waxers 11:00am, Transit


Atom vs 
Central Ontario Wolves 11:00am, FL


Minor Peewee vs 
Peterborough Petes 12:45pm, FL

Peewee vs Quinte Red Devils 12:45pm, Transit 


Minor Midget vs 
Oshawa Generals 2:30pm, FL


Minor Bantam vs 
Oshawa Generals 2:45pm, Transit


Midget vs 
Oshawa Generals 4:45pm, FL


Bantam vs 
Peterborough Petes 4:45pm, Transit


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