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Storm raises over $1,200 toward special needs hockey in Guelph

Guelph Storm

Guelph, ON – On Saturday, December 1st, the Guelph Storm and the Guelph Giants faced off in the 9th annual benefit game. Through
generous donations at the door by fans, a total of $1,275 was raised in support of special needs hockey in Guelph.

The Storm and the Giants, together, extend a huge thank-you to all who came out to make our favourite game of the year such a success!

Prior to the game, captain Isaac Ratcliffe, on behalf of the Storm and RBC, also presented the Giants with a $3940.55 cheque – the incredible amount raised through the 2017-18 warm-up jersey auction.

To view all the photos from the event, visit the StormĀ on Facebook here.

 

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