Food Bank Donation, News (Cayuga Minor Hockey)

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Spirit Team - Food Bank Donation
Submitted By Julia Sutor on Wednesday, December 27, 2017
Thanks to everyone that came out to Breakfast with Santa in early December. Through the help of the Peewee Rep team and donations from Jeff's Skate Sharpening in Cayuga (905-512-3955) , Dairy Queen Caledonia, Cayuga Car Wash and Mondelez Canada we were able to make a sizable food donation and $230 to the Cayuga Food Bank. Great job to the Peewee Rep team that helped make the Breakfast a success!

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