Golden Bone Ball Hockey Tournament 2018

par Second Chance Animal Rescue Society (SCARS)

  • samedi, 11 août 2018 de 8:00 Matin à 11:00 Après-midi (HAR)
  • 5103 50 Avenue Bellevue Outdoor Rink, Beaumont, AB T4X 1K4

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Please join us on August 11, 2018 at Bellevue Outdoor Rink in Beaumont as we will be hosting the second annual charity ball hockey tournament to raise funds for Second Chance Animal Rescue Society (SCARS). The tournament, the Golden Bone, is a just-for-fun day of ball hockey that will include an on-site beer garden, BBQ, 50/50, kid's quarters, as well as door and raffle prizes.

The event is spectator friendly! Feel free to watch some games, cheer on our teams and enjoy the event!



- Price per player $50. This includes the registration fee and BBQ lunch. 

- Each team is guaranteed three games. Each game is 30 minutes in length.

- Played 4 on 4 (not including goalies). There is a minimum of 5 players per team, with no maximum amount of players. Recommended team size is 9 players (8 players plus 1 goalie). 

- When registering, you can sign up as an individual or a team. If you sign up as an individual we will attempt to find a team for you to join. Tournament format will be based on the number of teams registered.


Please note:

- Gear is NOT provided. 

- This is a rain or shine event. 

- To play you must be 18 years or older.

- No refunds (unless those signed up as an individual cannot be accommodated).

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5103 50 Avenue
Bellevue Outdoor Rink, Beaumont, AB T4X 1K4

11 août 2018
samedi, 11 août 2018 8:00 Matin (HAR)


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À propos de cet organisme

Second Chance Animal Rescue Society (SCARS) is a non-profit Edmonton and Athabasca based registered charity that is almost entirely volunteer operated. SCARS helps communities by taking in pets that are unwanted or slated for euthanasia. We collect pets from remote area dog pounds and veterinary clinics that act as the pound. We also take in stray and abandoned pets, and many of them are sick or injured. We spay/neuter, vaccinate & microchip every animal that comes into our care. We find loving homes for more than 1,000 pets every year. Preventing pet overpopulation is also a big part of what we do. SCARS actively works within northern Alberta, particularly First Nations and Métis communities, to promote responsible companion animal guardianship. Our Spay-Neuter-Return program provides spaying and neutering, vaccination and microchipping for owned pets, and our Walls 4 Winter program provides those who participate in SNR with an insulated pet shelter.