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Rogers Hometown Hockey and the WGHA invite you to “Paint The Town Red”
Submitted By Leanne Greenwood on Thursday, November 14, 2019
Each year Whitby Wolves teams participate in events and activities to help build our community. We are so proud of the work you do and want to make sure your efforts are recognized.

The ultimate NHL fan experience is making its way to Iroquois Park Sports Centre on Dec. 28 and 29. It’s time to celebrate the spirit of Rogers Hometown Hockey, Whitby’s pride and the amazing community that we all call home.

Share Your Community Event With Canada

The Whitby Wolves Girls Hockey Association invites all  Wolves teams and their families to share their community efforts with all of Canada.

If your team is planning an event, holiday party, or community giving initiative, we want to help make your event a success. Rogers Hometown Hockey is interested in attending any events that we are involved in and some events and teams may be featured in the broadcast event on Dec. 29.

The Rogers Hometown Hockey theme is “Paint The Town Red”. They are providing us some “red” kits available to you to help promote your event. This is the time to put on your holiday sweaters and hats, dress in your finest red dress or tie and “Paint The Town Red”.

The WGHA will provide Rogers Hometown Hockey a list of all events so that they are aware of your event. You never know who might pop by.

To get your “red’ kit and have your event put on the Rogers Hometown Hockey “Paint The Town Red” event list, please send the details and contact person for your event to Leanne Brown-Greenwood and [email protected]
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