2ND ANNUAL START TALKING CUP, News (North Central Predators AAA)

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Submitted By waitk on Thursday, December 31, 2015
Minor Midget & Major Peewee teams battle Barrie in 2nd Annual Start Talking Cup.

Monday January 18th will see two of our NCP teams take on their rivals in regular season action at the Barrie Molson Centre, but these games are extra special.  All proceeds raised from this event will go to support CMHA and youth mental health right here in Simcoe County.

The proceeds from the event will provide much needed support in the form of seminars, education, counselling and outreach to local youth.

Not only will the event showcase some excellent hockey with these rival teams, but there will be auction items, great raffle prizes, giveaways and local celebrities out to support this great cause.

We encourage our NCP teams, friends and families to wear their Predator gear and join us for the Peewee game at 6:30pm and the Minor Midget game at 8pm!

Can't join us for the event? Please consider purchasing tickets to the event for only $2 from a Minor Midget or Peewee player or buying a 2016 hockey themed calendar through one of the Major Peewee families.  Tickets can also be purchased at the door.

Go Preds Go!
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