With school and hockey now in full swing, many OMHA teams have still found time to gave back to their communities through ways like food drives and donations. The OMHA is so proud of the efforts of all of our teams for knowing the values of respect and community.
Here are some of the submissions we have received over the last few weeks.
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Inspired by Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, you've probably seen a lot more of the colour pink at the rink. A number of teams have added some sort of pink to their gameday attire. From jerseys to stick tape and fundraising off the ice there are many players showing support for cancer research. Here are just a few examples.
BANTAM RICHMOND HILL COYOTES RAISE AWARENESS FOR CANCER— RichmondHillHockey (@RHHA_Hockey) October 4, 2018
Wed, October 03, 2018
Pink in the Rink is a cancer awareness campaign. Every family in our community has in some way been touched by this illness.
The Team will be wearing Pink Jerseys for the entire month of October 1/3... pic.twitter.com/z0Ns663wn7
The York Simcoe Express Minor Midgets are fundraising for @cancersociety during the month of October. Please donate at the link, we very much appreciate your support! #pinkintherink #hometownhockey #OMHAhttps://t.co/KgonZeAHRp pic.twitter.com/Lm9xzg0LPS— Darryl Nelson (@DarrylCNelson) October 12, 2018
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