Visit Santa’s Workshop at Comox Valley Glacier Kings games in November

The Comox Valley Glacier Kings are inviting you to enjoy some hockey and help local kids at Christmas.

During November, Santa’s Workshop will be at the Yetis’ home games, where they will be the recipients of the 50/50 draws for the month. “Bring a gently used or new toy, or cash donation, for Santa’s Workshop and support our community,” a G-Kings’ spokesperson said.

Santa’s Workshop “elves” will be set up in the lobby, and those who make a donation will have a chance to open a treasure chest and win a prize. “It will be fun,” a workshop spokesperson said.

The Icemen have three home games remaining in November and all are against North Division rivals.

On Friday, Nov. 11 they take on the Nanaimo Buccaneers, On Saturday, Nov. 19 they host the Oceanside Generals, and on Saturday, Nov. 26 they renew their rivalry with the Campbell River Storm.

All three games start at 7:30 p.m. at Comox Valley Sports Centre Arena #1.

 

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