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UPDATE - Imperial Oil Sarnia Site Employee Choice Initiative - Donation to SHA Adopt-A-Player Program
Submitted By Caroline Vallee on Friday, November 24, 2017

From the Imperial Sarnia Site FB page:

Congratulations to the Sarnia Hockey Association on being selected as one of three local organizations to receive funding as part of our employee choice initiative. It's so exciting to support this great organization promoting healthy active lifestyles and teamwork for youth in our community. Find out more about the organization here: http://bit.ly/2AAF3Ga

The employees of Imperial Oil Sarnia site have spoken!  Sarnia Hockey Association is to receive a very generous donation to our Adopt-A-Player program from the Imperial Employee Choice Initiative!

Sarnia Hockey Association executive extends their gratitude to Imperial Oil for this generous donation which will make a big difference to a number of players who would otherwise be not able to play hockey!  Please click Adopt-a-Player to learn more about this program!



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