Players wanted for SD71 high school girls hockey team

Are you a high school girl looking for a chance to have fun and get active? The newly formed SD71 hockey team wants you! Come on out and join the squad.

Regardless of what school you attend – or even if you’re homeschooled – you’re welcome to join the team. We practise Wednesday mornings at Sport Centre Arena #2 from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m.

Like to skate but never played before? No problem, you can work on your skills and learn with us. Don’t have all the equipment? We’ll do our best to help you round some up.

The season has just begun and will go until the end of January. A fee of $50 to cover ice rental and insurance will be collected.

For further information, contact Dave Miller or Monique Wilford at G.P. Vanier Secondary or by email at david.miller@sd71.bc.ca.

This is a great chance to play the coolest game around in a supportive and relaxed environment. What are you waiting for?

 

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