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NMHA donates Jerseys to the “Let’s Play Hockey”
Submitted By Kevin Winsor on Thursday, November 10, 2016
Let’s Play Hockey is a grassroots pond hockey program designed for children and youth ages 7-13 looking to get involved in the sport.  It is organized by Ken Smith, from Silver Stick International, in partnership with the Town of Newmarket and the NMHA.  The on-ice portion is ran by Jack Allin, a young player and coach who has a love for the game and wants to share it with everyone he knows. Jack has three on-ice helpers who share the same love for the game of hockey, Paul, Jesse, and Cobe.  Recognizing the passion by the coaches and players, the NMHA donate Jersey to this program so the players feel like a part of the Redmen family.


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