We have some updates to the Section 108 Gift Ceremony and then Wild Game Program sales. For both events please have players wear team jerseys and others wear any Special Hockey gear that's available.
Mike Hinton will present Minnesota Special Hockey with a check for $10,108 at the Eagle Street Grille on November 24th at 4:10 pm. This money is from the section 108 golf tournament this past summer.
Mike and the section 108 group have put a lot of work into this tournament, and all of the proceeds go to Minnesota Special Needs Hockey.
The photo and presentation time has been moved to 4:10 (it was 4:30). The Eagle Street Grille is right on the corner of 7th and Kellogg across from the Excel arena. There's no parking, you need to find a paid lot, so allow time for that.
Kurtis Foster of the Minnesota Wild will be there to take the picture with us, so please feel free to have the players bring something to be signed.
**next to people who have experience and who will handle the money box
See directions below.
Anna Bradsher and mom
Clair and Maggie Nelson
Andrew Altendorfer (player)
Tom Stevens (player)
Bryan and dawn thorn
**James family 4
John and Tim Faughnan
**Allie Holden and sisters
Maddie Hovenec, Teri and Morgan
Sherry, Remington, Sutton and Rodney
Nate Jockisch (Eagle Street)
Jodi Jockisch (Eagle Street)
Wesley and Paige
Thank you for volunteering to sell game programs on November 24 for our game against the Washington Capitals. Please arrive by 5pm and have 40 volunteers (26 players and at least 14 adults) ready to sell programs.
(We only have room for 40 program sellers - please do not bring additional staff.)
Please have all volunteers wear team jerseys or clothing that represents your organization. We will provide an event pass for each volunteer, which is good for standing room locations on the lower and upper levels only.
We will meet your group at the southeast entrance, Gate 1, near the ATM machine at 5pm. Gate 1 is located on Kellogg Boulevard, near the RiverCentre. Soon after we meet, we will go through a short training to cover the rules and guidelines. Most of this information is included in the attached document. Please read this and discuss the information with your group.
Programs are sold for a requested donation of $3. Groups will sell programs at least through the end of the first period, but sales can carry on longer. An agreed time to conclude sales will be made between the association and the Wild staff. The majority of sales occur from 15
minutes before the game begins through 10 minutes into the game.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions, 651-602-5730.
Coordinator of Community Relations & Events
Minnesota Wild Hockey Club
317 Washington St.
St. Paul, MN 55102
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