2021-2022 GK Bursary Awards, News (Greater Kingston AAA Hockey)

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Jun 27, 2022 | Allan Heyman | 266 views
2021-2022 GK Bursary Awards
Your Greater Kingston Hockey Association Board of Directors are happy to announce the inaugural recipients of the GKHA Bursary.

Congratulations to Blake Aylesworth and Ben Albright who are the recipients of the 2021-2022 GKHA Post Secondary School Bursary of $1000 each.
The board had a tough decision to make with these two players. Because they are both tremendous young men, as well as great players, it was decided that both would be awarded the bursary.

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