Average Players Who Give a Puck

by United Way Southern Interior BC

  • Saturday, 04 May 2019 from 12:00 PM to 7:00 PM (PDT)
  • Ultimate Hockey Centre 1322 Stevens Rd, , West Kelowna, BC V1Z 1G2

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Your spot on a hockey team, 9 holes of golf, a draft night with free appies, and cool swag!

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Overview

Start with a fun night of complimentary appies, networking and great beer at the Thursday evening DRAFT at Freddy's BrewPub, spend the Saturday morning limbering up on the golf course with 9 holes to get your team in sync....then battle it out for the afternoon against fellow professionals in a 3 on 3 tournament, presented by Boyd Autobody & Glass, at the Ultimate Hockey Centre, West Kelowna. Who will take home the coveted trophy? Who will win bragging rights for a full 12 months of milking it for all it's worth?  Fun and philanthropy truly go hand in hand at the First Annual Average Players Who Give a Puck Tournament in support of United Way.

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Details

Thursday May 2nd  6 - 8pm : THE DRAFT at Freddy's BrewPub with Appies & Beer

Saturday May 4th from 7am : 9 Holes of team building golf, Shannon Lake Golf Course, West Kelowna

Saturday May 4th from 12.30 - 7pm : 3 on 3 Professionals Hockey Tournament, presented by Boyd Autobody & Glass, at The Ultimate Hockey Centre, 1322 Stevens Rd, West Kelowna

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16%

of $10,000

Days to Buy

13

Ultimate Hockey Centre
1322 Stevens Rd, , West Kelowna, BC V1Z 1G2

4 May 2019
Saturday, 4 May 2019 12:00 PM (PDT)

Organizer

Questions about this event?

c/o 202-1456 St Paul Street
Kelowna , BC
V1Y 2E6

About This Charity

United Way works to support the most vulnerable & marginalized people in our community in 3 core impact areas: All that Kids Can Be, From Poverty to Possibility and Healthy People, Strong Communities