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Oct 31, 2023 | Admin | 183 views
PLAY FOR JORDY
Paint The Rink Pink for Jordy Pepperall!

On Sunday Oct. 29th at The Gale Centre Rapids teams, visiting teams and supporters honoured the young life of Jordy Pepperall. Jordy's favourite colour was pink and all those that were able, helped out by donning the rink with pink! Family and friends wore pink shirts, pants, hats etc. Players had pink warm up shirts, glasses and plenty of pink tape on sticks, gloves, helmets, skates. A donation table was also set up with all funds going towards the Family's GoFundMe page.
Here is the link for those that missed out https://www.gofundme.com/f/in-loving-memory-of-jordy-pepperall

A special shout out goes to the visiting teams that joined in as well...
Toronto Leaside Wildcats, Ancaster Avalanche, Grand River Mustangs, Hamilton Hawks and the Brantford Ice Cats. Finally a massive thank you to everyone who played a part.... families, friends, volunteers, and of course the players! 

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