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Local Artist Needs Your Used Sticks!!!
Submitted By tonyh on Sunday, May 4, 2014
This is your chance to have your favourite old stick immortalized by a local artist. 

Please drop off your used sticks to Sanna Lavallee of the Betroth shop at 15 Queen Street East in Hespeler Village. 


Sanna Lavallee is designing a public garden in a few weeks. She wants to get used hockey sticks from Hespeler kids (ones that may be ready for the trash) and use them as she designs a garden along Queen Street.

The idea is people could just drop off their used and abused hockey sticks that they would be putting at the end of the curb anyway. She wants as many kids sticks as she can get. Their condition doesn't matter.

Just drop those old sticks at Betrothed at 15 Queen Street East!  Thanks for supporting your Hespeler community! 






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