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ICE giving today’s intrasquad game proceeds to United WayPosted: September 1, 2012
Jeff Chynoweth, general manager of the Kootenay ICE has announced that all proceeds from the 14th annual Blue-White Intrasquad Game will once again be donated to the Cranbrook and Kimberley United Way.
The Blue-White game will be played at Western Financial Place on Sunday, September 2 at 12:00 p.m. The game will feature players who are competing to earn a spot on the 2012-2013 roster along with top draft choices.
“We are continuing with the tradition of partnering with charitable organizations within our community. Over the past 13 years almost $28,000.00 has been raised for the Cranbrook United Way through this event,” said Chynoweth.
The cost to attend the Blue-White game will be a minimum donation to the Cranbrook and Kimberley United Way of $5 per person.
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