The community continues to show its support for FOTA’s efforts and both FOTA and the Village are very appreciative of all involved.
Pictured is Cait Maloney of North Crosby Recreation Committee presenting a cheque in the amount of $400 to shinny organizer Rick Smith while on-ice instructor James Ross and several of the players look on. A total of 39 players have registered for the scheduled 8 sessions.
Congratulations to all of our exceptional donors and volunteers for making this program such a success. What a fabulous community effort!
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