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Skate The Dream - Volunteers Needed
Submitted By admin on Monday, September 23, 2013
The Hamilton Bulldogs Club and Bulldogs Foundation, in coordination with the City of Hamilton launched the "Hamilton Skate the Dream" Program last year at the Boys & Girls Club of Hamilton on Ellis Ave. The main purpose of the program is to break the barriers that prevent local children from learning to skate and play hockey. The Program is designed for kids between 6–10 yrs. of age who would not otherwise have the opportunity to participate. The Program will again run out of Eastwood Arena this year with continued generous donations of hockey equipment from the community and business. The volunteer pool has dwindled somewhat and new blood is needed.

To view some history on the program click the links below and read a couple of Hamilton Spectator articles from last year written by Scott Radley

Bulldogs program opens doors for young skaters ...

Donate hockey gear to city shinny program

YouTube Video: Skate the Dream Scrimmage
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=2KGj1VPNCkk


To volunteer please contact Mr Mike Bottosso, Skate The Dream Co-Ordinator, Boys and Girls Clubs of Hamilton; Phone: Mike Bottosso 905-928-5734 * Justin Uggenti 905-906-5082 * Boys and Girls Club 905-549-2814; Fax: 905-549-2313; Email: [email protected]

Click here to view more details regarding this volunteer opportunity
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