Photo: Helping kids play hockey

Revelstoke Snowmobile Club donates $1,500 to Revelstoke History of Hockey Society; money will support Revelstoke Minor Hockey.

Dennis Berarducci (left) from the Revelstoke History of Hockey Society

Contributed by Kathy Berlingette, Revelstoke Snowmobile Club

The Revelstoke Snowmobile Club Vintage Ride coordinator Dusty Dancerand RSC director Clayton Berlingette were pleased to present the proceeds of the club’s annual Vintage Snowmobile Ride to Dennis Berarducci from the Revelstoke History of Hockey Society.

The club chose the History of Hockey Society this year for its outstanding work with the kids in Revelstoke Minor Hockey.

The presentation was made on Friday, July 8, at the new Revelstoke Snowmobile Club Welcome Centre. The club wanted to show support for the community that shows so much support for them.

“Just a little pay it forward,” said Dancer.

Beraducci said the donation should help at least three or four kids join minor hockey that financially would not have been able too.

 

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