Alf Curtis Midget AA Ice Kats to Face Off Against Dementia, News (Peterborough Girls Hockey Association)

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Alf Curtis Midget AA Ice Kats to Face Off Against Dementia
Submitted By WM on Sunday, January 3, 2016
The Peterborough Petes are teaming up with the Peterborough Ice Kats girls hockey association to hold a skills competition at the Peterborough Memorial Centre from 4 to 5pm on Monday, January 4 in support of the Alzheimer Society.


FACE OFF AGAINST DEMENTIA



Fans are encouraged to attend the free event as the Petes and Alf Curtis Midget AA Ice Kats show off their skills in several competitions including hardest shot, fastest skater, team relay race, shot accuracy, and the hotly anticipated belly slide competition. Donations will be accepted and raffle tickets will be on sale at the event in support of the 2nd annual Faceoff Against Dementia event on Thursday, January 7.
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