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Pee Wee #2 Fundraising for Camp Trillium!
Submitted By Debbie Croft on Friday, January 10, 2020
Our Pee Wee #2 Team is holding a bottle drive with all proceeds going to Camp Trillium. Please click for more information.

Dear Generous Supporter,

The Peewee #2 Beverly Bandits hockey team will be holding our annual bottle drive in support of Camp Trillium. Camp Trillium is a camp dedicated to children and families who have been affected by Cancer. Its programs are funded strictly through donations as government funding is not provided. The camp offers activities such as canoeing, kayaking, fishing, sailing, a high ropes course and many other activities. It’s a place where kids and their families can enjoy time together without feeling scared, intimidated and out of place. The Bandits will be going door to door on January 25th from 10-2 collecting beer, wine, cooler and alcohol bottles. If you plan to support our bottle drive please contact the name at the bottom of this flyer in order to arrange pick up of your empties. If you wish to make a monetary donation please also contact the name below and they will provide you with a pledge form. Thank you in advance for your generosity and on behalf of Camp Trillium and Beverly Bandits we want to thank you in your support in providing children with Cancer an oportunity to just be a kid

Coach Vince Formiglio 519-244-7622 

Beverly Bandits Peewee #2 Team

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