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Pee Wee team gives back
Submitted By Rod Speake on Tuesday, December 18, 2018
The Peewee Toros work hard on and off the ice and when called on to help in their community their work ethic doesn’t falter. The team spent an evening packing food hampers for single women and mothers who have left abusive situations and moved into their own homes after spending time at Bethesda House. Bethesda is a local shelter for abused women and their children. The team packed hundreds of pounds of donated food into hampers for 83 single mothers and well over 120 children. 

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