Princeton Minor Hockey presents Christmas Cash prize

The Princeton Minor Hockey Christmas Cash award was presented Monday, Dec. 15 at the arena.

Local Jenn MacMurchy (left) quite happily accepts a cheque for $4000 from Dierra Maynard

Congratulations to Jenn MacMurchy of Princeton, winner of the Princeton Minor Hockey Christmas Cash 50/50 draw.

On behalf of Princeton Minor Hockey we would like to send our sincere thanks to this community for the overwhelming support on making this raffle a success.

Princeton Minor Hockey will be making this Christmas Cash 50/50 draw our annual and major fundraiser from here on out.  Because this was such a huge success we will be printing more tickets for our Christmas Cash Raffle in 2014, which will mean an even a bigger pot for the lucky winner.

Again, thanks for all support and we hope everyone has a happy and safe holiday season!

Princeton Minor Hockey is hosting three tournaments in January and would love to see some familiar faces.

January 10 – 12   Bantam Tier 3

January  17 – 19  Pee Wee house

January 25 – 27  Novice

 

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