Hockey Eastern Ontario in association with Jumpstart, and the Canadian Tire wants to make hockey accessible for familites. HEO has limited new helemts and neckguards and have additional used equipment in a Storage Unit with a variety of equipment for all ages. Please contact Vanessa VAlente at email@example.com for more inforamtion
I hope this finds you well!
I’m the director of the Lotus Community Corner, a non-profit in the heart of Beacon Hill, and we have two announcements we’d like to have go in the next email newsletter and up on the website.
This is the community peace garden announcement:
This is the free youth barista program announcement:
Thank you kindly,
Lotus Community Corner
My daughter lost her iPod at the Robert Hopkins Fun Fair Saturday, May 27. It’s pink with a blue and white striped case with an owl on it. The iPod had an engraving on it “Brie Brie Sunshine”. If found, please contact:
Danny or Rola at 613-791-3007 or 613-371-7111.
This iPod is locked and has an iCloud account.
Hockey Eastern Ontario is proud to open up applications for this year’s bursaries. HEO Bursaries are available to all HEO Members (Players, Coaches, Referees) pursuing their Post-Secondary Education. Of the almost $10,000 available, one bursary is being sponsored by Councillor Tierney and is only available to Ward Residents. For any questions please follow up with Vanessa Valente at 613.224.7686 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hockey Eastern Ontario is hosting a Silent Auction as a fundraiser for our Equipment for Kids Program. Prizes include:
• Toronto Hockey Road Trip – 2 tickets to a Sens 2017-2018 game in Toronto, 2 Via Train Tickets, 1 night Hotel Stay in Westin Harbour Castle and 2 Sens Jerseys
• Habs vs. Sens 2017-2018 Club Bell Tickets
• Signed Brad Sinopoli Jersey and 4 tickets to the home opener
• Opening Weekend passes to the Roar of the Rings
Bids can be placed at http://hockeyeasternontario.ca/pages/forms/auction_form.php
All Proceeds will go to the Equipment for Kids program that provides used hockey equipment and new helmets to families throughout Eastern Ontario interested in playing hockey but who may not have the means.