Sarnia Sting Presents Face Off For Mental Health, News (Sarnia Hockey)

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Sarnia Sting Presents Face Off For Mental Health
Submitted By Amanda Madere on Sunday, January 27, 2019
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Face Off For Mental Health is growing! The Sarnia Sting is on board to help promote mental health awareness and to remind everyone that the rink is a safe place for our players, their families and friends.  




On Saturday, February 9th, the Sarnia Sting will host the visiting Guelph Storm and the theme of the night is Face Off For Mental Health!  Game time is 7:05pm.  Let's help show our support and pack the hive!  For discounted tickets, please contact your team's Coach no later than January 31.  

click here  to watch Jamieson Rees and Brayden Guy talk about this important event!


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