A Fundraiser for the Windsor Hockey Heritage Society
~December 28, 2012
Let’s save the Hockey Heritage Museum in Windsor Nova Scotia!
I love to garden, but when I get the winter off, I love hockey just as much as gardening.
The Windsor Hockey Heritage Society in partnership with the Town of Windsor, King’s Edgehill School, Windsor Home Hardware and Howard Dill Enterprises (Long Pond) are working together to create an exciting fundraiser for the Windsor Hockey Heritage Society.
The event will be called the Birthplace of Hockey, Long Pond Heritage Classic. The event will be the ultimate hockey experience for the true hockey fan. The day will include a private viewing of the hockey museum, the chance to follow the historic footsteps of those youngsters at Edgehill School in 1800, by playing in a game on Long Pond, an after game meal, and an evening of hockey with like minded individuals. The players will keep their own unique jerseys, custom made hockey stick, as well as receive a tax receipt for $250. Organizers are expecting 72 players at $500 each. I recommend that you sign up soon. I have 8 guys planning to fly out there from the Toronto area. It will be a hoot for anyone that loves hockey!!
This event will take place on February 11, 2012.
For more information; watch the video (http://youtu.be/-cRqqKrOS4o) and visit www.longpondclassic.com.