Courtenay Ecofish Whalers keeping busy

Women's hockey team held successful fundraiser at Tee Box restaurant

The Courtenay Ecofish Whalers women’s hockey team was on the road last weekend, travelling to Fuller Lake.

Despite many goals going in the Whalers’ net, the Comox Valley girls played a different game in the third period, and defender Allison Abraham got a shot off from in front of the net after a hard-fought battle on the boards.  Thanks to Tsolum Mobile Veterinary Health Ltd. for sponsoring the game.

The Whalers have been busy fundraising and held a burger-and-beer dinner at the Tee Box restaurant at the Comox Golf Club. Approximately $500 was raised to go toward the 2014/2015 ice costs.  Thank-you to all who came out to support and to the Tee Box for hosting.


– Courtenay Ecofish Whalers



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