Winners of the Free Initiation Equipment and Registration Draw, News (Huntsville Minor Hockey)

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Winners of the Free Initiation Equipment and Registration Draw
Submitted By Sondy Waldriff on Friday, August 31, 2018
HMHA would like to announce the winners of the Free Equipment Draw that was generously donated by Remo Campitelli and the Bushwhackers Hockey Club.  

There were 12 winners that received the Free Hockey Equipment and all names that were entered in the draw will be reimbursed there registration fee.  Again, all donated by Remo and the Bushwhackers Hockey Club.


The Winners of the Free Equipment are;
Griffin Parkin
Nahanni Clouthier
Felix Colenutt
Emerson Diegel
Seth Adam
Kelly Newman
Owen Neimi
Nathan Fisher
Jackob Willand
Autumn Poth-Crumb
Mycah Zelaya
Davyn Walton 

Congratulations to all the Winners! 

Our Initiation Program is now Bigger then Ever this Year, and with Donations like these we are able to build the foundation of HMHA.
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