Poinsettia Sale Fundraiser, News (Hespeler Minor Hockey Association)

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Poinsettia Sale Fundraiser
Submitted By Matthew Broga on Monday, November 2, 2020
New Normal...Same Fundraising!

While so much of our lives and how hockey looks this year is different, one thing that is not different is the importance of fundraising to our organization.


The deadline to order is Nov 15th.

Our Annual Poinsettia Campaign will be running this year and we ask that you use our fundraiser to source your traditional holiday plants - they are truly beautiful and make a great gift to brighten anyone's home!

Please follow the link below to our Hockey Hub page for online orders.
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/hespeler-minor-hockey-poinsettia-fundraiser-tickets-125952271635

We thank you all for your generosity and continued support.
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