Hockey Night In Northumberland

In Charity, Community

The NHL Alumni team, led by celebrity coach Walter Gretzky, took centre ice against Northumberland’s Hometown Team during ‘Hockey Night in Northumberland’ on Friday night at the Cobourg Community Centre.

Hosted by Northumberland United Way and Habitat for Humanity Northumberland all proceeds from the event will support the two organizations and their efforts to support individuals and families across Northumberland County.

Sponsors for the event were: Behan Construction, Cameco Corporation, Ontario Line Clearing and Wharram Tree Service Ltd., Boston Pizza, RBC Wealth Management, Johnny O’s Sports, and Northumberland Tirecraft. Our player sponsors: Jacqueline Pennington, RE/Max Rouge River Realty, Julie Parker, Royal Service Real Estate, and Canadian Industrial Services. Our event support and business sponsors: Willow Publishing, Wilkinson & Company LLP, CpK Interior Products, 93.3 MyFM and Classic Rock 107.9, and Chris Lotton Photography.

Thank you as well to Tim Hortons who will be onsite with their Mobile Truck. They will be serving hot chocolate and coffee for a donation, with all proceeds going back to the event.

Pete Fisher
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