NICOLE DIETERS AND Ken Derksen of Investors Group Financial Services

Investors Group boosts minor hockey

CVMHA now accepting registrations for the 2014-15 season

Nicole Deters and Ken Derksen of Investors Group Financial Services recently presented a $500 cheque to Win Hunter, president of the Comox Valley Minor Hockey Association.

Investors Group, through partnership with the True Sport Foundation, provides funds to consultants who volunteer their time to community based sports programs. These funds are forwarded to sports associations with the purpose of ensuring all children have the opportunity to participate in sport.

Ken has been a longtime coach to CVMHA and this donation will give a child or children the opportunity to play hockey in this community. “CVMHA thanks Ken and Investors Group for this wonderful contribution,” a spokesperson said.

CVMHA is currently registering returning and new players for the 2014/15 hockey season commencing in September. CVMHA welcomes all players, boys, girls, teenagers experienced or beginners from age five to 20. New players contact Dale Stewart at 250-339-0952 or e-mail dalegstew@gmail.com.

 

– Comox Valley Minor Hockey Association

 

 

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