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Jr. Wolves Support Feed the Need Durham
Submitted By Gary Coe on Saturday, January 26, 2019
The Whitby Jr. Wolves have partnered with Feed the Need Durham to host a food drive at all Jr. Wolves home games throughout January and February.  Between January 26th and February 17th, the Jr. Wolves are requesting all opposing teams and all supporters to bring non-perishable food items to each of their home games.  At the end of February, the Jr. Wolves will deliver all donations to the Feed the Need warehouse.    

Feed the Need Durham provides food to emergency food providers such as food banks, soup kitchens, community service centres, shelters, drop-in centres, breakfast feeding programs, and so much more. 

Come out and support the Jr. Wolves on and off the ice!!


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