Join the Comox Military Family Resource Centre for a barbecue during the June 17-19 Comox Cup road hockey tournament at 19 Wing Fitness and Community Centre.

MFRC serving up barbecue goodies at Comox Cup road hockey tourney

Comox Military Family Resource Centre (MFRC) has partnered with Comox Recreation for the weekend of June 17-19th for the annual Comox Cup road hockey tournament.

This year the Comox Cup will be held in the parking areas adjacent to the 19 Wing Fitness and Community Centre on Military Row.

The MFRC will be staffing a cash-only barbecue for the weekend to raise funds for education bursaries that are awarded annually to military spouses and youth who are pursuing post-secondary academic advancement, recertification or retraining.

Come on out and enjoy the many hockey matches that will be happening throughout the weekend, grab a burger or a hot dog and a drink while supporting the MFRC in their endeavour of raising funds that will  go directly back to military families.

The barbecue will be in operation Friday evening through until Sunday afternoon.

To obtain information about the Comox Military Family Resource Centre bursary program, contact May Reimer at 250-339-8211 Ext. 7004. Bursaries are awarded in the fall, when sufficient funds are available.

 

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