Orangeville Food Bank Donation, News (Orangeville Minor Hockey)

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Orangeville Food Bank Donation
Submitted By J Wilson on Tuesday, June 16, 2020
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During May's digital Orangeville Minor Hockey Executive Meeting,
the executive passed a motion to donate $1,000.00 to The Orangeville Food Bank
in order to help support those in need in our community in wake of The Covid-19 Pandemic's.

On Monday, June 1st Curran Brindley of The Canadian Tire Peewee Blue Team and
Tristan Brindley of The 2005 Major Bantam AA Flyers joined
Orangeville Minor Hockey Vice-President of Houseleague Scott Lawson
to present a cheque to Orangeville Food Bank Executive Director Heather Hayes.

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