Endako VS Mt. Milligan in Hockey faceoff

The two mine sites faced off in an intense game of hockey Saturday, Nov. 22.

The Movember Staches were out in full force at a packed house Saturday Nov. 22 at the Fraser Lake Arena. Thompson Creek Metals sponsored and brought their two Northern Mines together in an all out hockey game, to raise money for the Northern BC Friends of Children Society.

The Endako Enforcers beat Mt. Milligan 13-10 in a well fought battle that will see a rematch in the new year in Fort St. James with the opposite shifts at each mine. Stay tuned for the next game!! A BIG thank you to the two Thompson Creek Metal facilities for all their hard work in bringing Fraser Lake together for this event, and thank you to everyone who came out to support this great cause!

Friends of Children is a non-profit society assisting Northern BC and East Kootenay families with children in extraordinary medical need. Each year the registered charity receives over 200 requests for support with children’s medical emergencies, therapies, specialized equipment, drug prescriptions plus out-of-town accommodation, meal and travel costs. Friends of Children coordinate with other organizations to help with the child’s medical challenges.

Sent in by Sarrah Nahornoff-Storey of Fraser Lake

 

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