Novice AA Supports the Holiday Hero Program, News (Newmarket Minor Hockey)

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Novice AA Supports the Holiday Hero Program
Submitted By webmaster on Wednesday, January 13, 2016
The Novice AA team decided to teach the boys about the importance of giving back by adopting a family through the Holiday Hero program run by St. Andrew’s College in Aurora.  
Each family was asked to participate in purchasing gifts based on a family ‘wish list’ for a single dad with two very young girls aged 3 and 1.  The boys were asked to participate in purchasing the gifts, as well as making Christmas cards for the family.


It was great to see the boys take the time to understand the importance of getting involved in the community and support a great cause.  
Thanks to our organizers and Redmen families for your enthusiastic participation!

Way to go Redmen!
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