Bantam Rep Team Helping Out Community, News (Caledonia Minor Hockey)

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Bantam Rep Team Helping Out Community
Submitted By Beth Wise on Monday, January 7, 2019
On December 15, the Bantam Rep players volunteered their time at Zehrs from 10am-2pm.  The players asked shoppers coming into Zehrs to donate items to the Caledonia Food Bank during their visit to the store. 

Players also helped bag groceries and handed out hot apple cider to shoppers. 

Their efforts paid off by helping to raise 500 lbs of food, $200 in gift cards and $90 in cash which was received through front end till donations during the time that the players were helping. All food and cash donations go straight to the Caledonia Food Bank.


Well done Bantam Rep players!!  Thank you to all who volunteered their time by participating and helping your community for the holidays. Special thanks to Janice Boyter for organizing the teams participation with Store Manager Cara Haist from Zehrs Caledonia!  Great team work off the ice Thunder!
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