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Submitted By Dennis Campbell on Wednesday, April 12, 2017
It has been 35 years in the making but the Sault Ringette Club will now be represented at a national level event in Montreal Quebec. The Eastern Canadian Ringette Championships are slated to get underway this weekend in Pierrefonds and our U16 Sault Ice Hawks will head into this event as Team Ontario. It was only 3 short weeks ago that the Ice Hawks were crowned Team Ontario in Pickering at the Provincial A Championship. Since that time the coaching staff and parents have been raising awareness as well as resources in order to make this trip a dream come true for the 14 young ladies that have remained dedicated  all season long to get us here.

The support we have received from this community and its local entrepreneurs has been nothing short of amazing. In this condensed time frame achieving our fundraising goal would not have been possible without the help of the following local businesses; Sault North Rotary, Kiwanis Club of Lakeshore Foundation, Compass Imaging Group and Sign Systems, Feifel Broadbent and Gulazzi Law Firm, Ingenuity Engineering, Sault Ste Marie Royal Purple, Propelia Repair, Arauco, Fountain Tire, Tim Hortons (Bay and John St locations), MicroAge, Wishart Law Firm, McCooeye and McCooeye Law Firm, Kresin Engineering, Silver Linings, Henderson Metal, Bordertown U Brew, Lions Club, Tremblay Hall and Associates, Winmar, Reyco Automotive, SIS Manufacturing, Beta Fluid Power, Helix IT, CIBC Wood-Gundy, Oniel DeLorenzi and Mendes Law Firm, Laidlaw Paciocco Dumanski  Spadafora and Johnson Law Firm, Esquire Club, Reliable Maintenance, Mr. Submarine, The Sault Legion, Traders Steel Warehouse, Benjamin Moore Paint and Décor, Armand Perrier Remax, BJ Stocks Wildfire Investigations, Lake Superior Physiotherapy and Chiropractic North, Knights of Columbus, Dr Santana Dentristry, Chorney Palombi Law Group, Servicemaster, O’Kennedy Lawson, Phase 4 Electrical

Special thanks as well to the many supporters who generously donated to the Go Fund Me page also the Walden Ringette Association, Timmins Ringette Association, Valley East Ringette Association and Sudbury Ringette Association for their support.

Good Luck in Montreal


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