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Sting Charity Golf Tournament

The Sarnia Sting will host their 2nd Annual  Golf Classic in support of Pathways Health Centre for Children on July 20th at Huron Oaks Golf Course (2587 Lakeshore Road Bright’s Grove, ON). Sting fans are invited to join Sting alumni, current players and hockey operations staff on July 20th for a 1:00pm shotgun start in support of a great local organization.

Current/ Former NHLers committed:

  • Travis Konecny (Philadelphia Flyers)
  • Reid Boucher (Vancouver Canucks)
  • Connor Murphy (Arizona Coyotes)
  • Michael Haley (San Jose Sharks)
  • Ryan Wilson
  • David Legwand
  • Derian Hatcher
  • Brad Staubitz

Pathways Health Centre for Children is a family-centered community agency that serves Lambton County children and youth with physical, developmental and communication needs and their families, as well as adults for some specialized services. As one of a large group of Children’s Treatment Centres in the province of Ontario, the Centre provides a continuum of rehabilitation and support services in the community as well as an on-site integrated child care service.  For more information on their services, visit their website at www.pathwayscentre.org.

Registration for the tournament is $500 per foursome which includes 18 holes of golf and dinner following the round. Hole sponsorship is also available for local business owners who would like to get involved. For more information on the tournament or to register your foursome, please call our Fan Development Centre at 519 541 1717 x 1. Sting alumni interested in participating in the tournament are encouraged to contact Sting Assistant General Manager, Mark Glavin via email at mark@sarniasting.com.

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