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Thank You Cambridge Gaming For Your Support!
Submitted By roadrunners Hockey on Tuesday, November 17, 2020
The Cambridge roadrunners help girls to gain confidence and physical fitness.   Cambridge Gaming has been an invaluable partner and has supported our girls with $106K in funding since 2013.   This support has helped our girls to actively participate in the Cambridge and surrounding communities by volunteering at the food bank, fundraising throughout the community and raise the profile of girls fitness by participating in the Santa Claus parades and raising funds in partnership with the Cambridge Rivulettes by participating in Pink in the Rink and the Teddy Bear Toss.  The more experienced girls volunteer countless hours to help train younger players via our Hockey Prep, Goalie and First Shift Programs.     

Thank you Cambridge Gaming for your continued support!

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