SMMHA helps out Salvation Army for the holidays, News (St. Marys Minor Hockey)

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SMMHA helps out Salvation Army for the holidays
Submitted By jbrock on Sunday, December 18, 2016
During the holidays, some members of our community rely on assistance from the Salvation Army to help ensure a Merry Christmas for their family.  The Salvation Army appreciates the assistance of groups, such as those from St. Marys Minor Hockey, who man the donation kettles around town, receiving donations to help support their programs.

(Photo credit - P.Payton, St.Marys Journal Argus)


The Norampac Peewee 'B' girls hockey team manned the Salvation Army Christmas kettle on Saturday afternoon at Scotiabank.  Posing for a photo are, from left, front row: Meghan Keene, Audrey Littlejohn, Julia Cameron and Avery Aarts. Back row: Eve Greig, Megan Morning, Madison Aarts, Sarah McCurdy, Chandler Smith and Neave Goris.

Great work on a job well done to support those in need in our community.  Thanks also to all others both within and outside of our organization who donate time, money, and gifts to support others at this festive time.

From all of us to all of you, Merry Christmas, and a Happy and prosperous New Year.
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