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Newmarket Redmen Minor Bantam MD - Pink in the Rink
Submitted By Chris Neale on Friday, November 8, 2019
For the month of October the Minor Bantam MD team wore pink in the rink and collected donations in support of Breast Cancer Research. Two of our Coaches (Todd Eves and Dan Jenkins) established a fundraising goal of $1,000 that if reached would see Todd shave his beard and head and Dan not cut his hair until the end of the season! We surpassed our goal and at our last practice the boys got to give Coach Todd his prize. For Coach Dan it is a season long prize that we all get to witness! We will be sure to post pics! 
Thanks to our team families and their friends for your support in helping the boys reach our fundraising goal and to make a sizable donation to the Canadian Cancer Society! 
Well done team!!! 

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