Vanderhoof Bears alumni raised over $10K for children’s theatre

On Dec. 23, the third annual Vanderhoof Bears Alumni Hockey Game and Silent Auction Fundraiser took place in Vanderhoof’s arena.

Forty Vanderhoof Bears Alumni and players from Vanderhoof Minor Hockey participated at the third annual alumni game and fundraiser on Dec. 23.

Over $10,000 were raised for Vanderhoof Children’s Theatre this Christmas by the Bears alumni.

On Dec. 23,  the third annual Vanderhoof Bears Alumni Hockey Game and Silent Auction Fundraiser took place in Vanderhoof’s arena, pitching the young against the older alumni.

asplit by age at the birth year 1990, and the more experienced team defeated the players born in 1991 and later by 18-5.

During intermission, Santa Claus visited the event as players from Vanderhoof Minor Hockey played an exhibition game.

Audience members were also given the opportunity to shoot for $10,000.

 

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