Playing for a cause

Save-On-Foods, the Penticton Lakers and the Pen High leadership team have organized a fundraiser that night for BC’s Children’s Hospital

Operations manager Duncan Gardiner of Save-On-Foods officiates the face off between Penticton Lakers Jeffrey Coates and Shayna Lawrie of the Pen High leadership team in preparation for Tuesday’s hockey game and auction at the South Okanagan Events Centre. Game time for the B.C.’s Children’s Hospital fundraiser is 7 p.m. and tickets will be available at the door.

Save-On-Foods, the Penticton Lakers and the Pen High leadership team have organized a fundraiser on Nov.29  for BC’s Children’s Hospital featuring exciting hockey, unique fun and games, live and silent auctions and celebrity appearances.

Auction highlights include a jersey from the 1972 Canada Russia Summit Series, signed by the entire team and an autographed 2010 Women’s Gold Medal hockey jersey.

Businesses wishing to donate items for the raffles, auctions or prize tables can contact Shayna Lawrie 250-462-2553 or Ashaya Egilson 250-490-7944.

Game time is 7 p.m. and tickets will be available at the door.

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