Volunteers Needed for Broomball Tourney, News (Port Stanley Minor Hockey)

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Jan 16, 2019 | webmaster | 727 views
Volunteers Needed for Broomball Tourney
PSMHA is hosting the annual Broomball Tournament on Easter Weekend, April 19-22. This event provides us with much needed funds so we may continue to offer hockey at reasonable rates & hopefully not raise the price of registration. But we need volunteers to help with registration, ticket sales & bartending. If you have Smart Serve & wish to help, let us know. If you need Smart Serve, PSMHA will pay for you to take the course at our next Board Meeting. For details, please contact Kelly at [email protected]


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