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Dec 06, 2016 | Vonnie Crawford | 1555 views
Attack Hunger - Attack Game
CONGRATULATIONS to the TCDMHA Desboro Lions Club Atom C Girls on being the 2016 Attack Hunger Winners with 101.7 FM the ONE.  The girls collected 120lbs of food for the local food bank. 

They will be attending the Owen Sound Attack game on Saturday Dec 10th and would like other TCDMHA members to join them and create a sea of Rebel Jerseys. A number of seats have been reserved.

The cost is a great deal at $10 per child and $15 per adult.  If you are interested please reach out to coach Mike Murray ([email protected] or 226-668-6275 or text 226) or any parent on the team
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