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Minor Atom Reps Raise Funds for McMaster Children’s Hospital
Submitted By Jason Shedden on Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Through the month of December, the 17 eager Atom Rep Ranger players will be collecting donations in support for the McMaster Children’s Hospital.  The boys have branded their charitable drive with the “Rangers4Lives” name. 

The donations these boys strive to collect are to give them the opportunity to contribute to the community by using the power of hockey.  The boys will collect from friends, family and will have a collection box at the NEW Binbrook Pro Shop.  As well, on December 17th the boys will have a collection table at the Glanbrook arena from 12-5pm to collect from our extended Ranger membership.  The boys will take the donation to McMaster Children’s Hospital, tour of the facility and have a chance to meet some kids and give them souvenirs.

Please help support our generous boys in their “Rangers4Lives” charitable drive!   

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