Sunday, May 1, 2022

Kawartha Komets Player & Friends Raise Funds for Five Counties

CONGRATULATIONS to one of our Kawartha Komets Special Needs Hockey Program players, Heather Fowler (extreme right. For their challenge, Annie Lawler, Faith Trites-Waldron, Tessa Scates, and Heather Fowler walked from the College to Five Counties Children’s Centre. It took them over three hours, and they raised almost $2,000. An amazing accomplishment. Good for you, Heather and team!

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  1. The Kawartha Komets, a prominent sports team in the region, have come together with their friends and supporters to embark on a philanthropic endeavor aimed at raising funds for five counties. This collective effort showcases the players' commitment not only to their sport but also to the well-being of their community.Iam a professional content writer and I can help the students who can secure a good marks at their academic carrier and also I offer an online the best Best Essay Writers to help the students at a cheap rate.

  2. Kudos to Heather Fowler and her fellow participants from the Kawartha Komets Special Needs Hockey Program for their incredible fundraising effort! Walking from the College to Five Counties Children’s Centre over three hours is no small feat, and raising almost $2,000 is a testament to their dedication and perseverance. Their achievement resonates with the spirit of teamwork and determination. In a way, their journey mirrors the efficiency and collaborative nature of Ocean Freight Logistics Englewood, where seamless coordination ensures successful international shipping operations. Well done to Heather and the team for making a positive impact in their community!