Snoopy’s Home Ice Invites Kids To Participate In Try Hockey For Free Day
“Toys for Kids” Pancake Breakfast Dec 4th Hello Paul, My name is Mike Siegel.
Santa Rosa, CA – Snoopy’s Home Ice invites boys and girls ages four to nine years old to Try Hockey for Free.
This unique clinic on
Saturday, November 5th from 8:30-10:00am for offers the youngsters the opportunity to experience ice hockey for the first time and learn the basics of the sport in a fun, safe environment. Try Hockey For Free Day is part of Come Play Hockey Month. This pro- gram, designed to provide youth hockey associations a national platform to intro- duce new kids to the sport, is a joint‐effort between USA Hockey, the National Hockey League, NHL member clubs and OneGoal. Try Hockey for Free Day also is a component
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of USA Hockey and the NHL’s collaboration with the Let’s Move! initiative to help the nation’s youth lead healthier, more active lives through par- ticipation in sports. “We look forward to introducing new families to our sport at this free and fun event.” said Mike Kovanis of Snoopy’s Home Ice. The event will be held in partnership between Snoopy’s Home Ice and the Santa Rosa Junior Hockey Club which offers ice hockey programs for players ages 5-18 and of all levels of ability.
To register for one of the 400+ Try Hockey for Free opportunities, please visit
or contact Mike Kovanis at 707-546-7147
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am a firefighter with the city of Santa Rosa and we are putting together our annual “Toys for Kids” pancake breakfast. It will be held Dec. 4 from 8am to 11am at the Veteran’s Memorial Building. Breakfast is only $5.00 with the proceeds going to the “Toys for Kids” pro- gram.
I am looking to get the
word out about the break- fast. This is a great benefit to the community of under- privileged children. We are a non-profit.
If this is some- thing the UPBEAT TIMES
would be interested in help- ing us with we would greatly appreciate it.
itself is a great place for kids and families to interact with the firefighters (who will be cooking and serving). We try to keep the cost to a mini- mum to encourage maximum participation. We will have raffle prizes (all donated) as well.
Thank you so much for your consideration and I look for- ward to hearing from your readers.
Mike Siegel • Station 6 – A shift • 707-495-5531
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