Mustangs 6 Week Try Hockey Program, News (Grand River Mustangs)

News Article
News Article Image
Jan 20, 2023 | Jenn Cowie | 50 views
Mustangs 6 Week Try Hockey Program
The Mustangs are pleased to announce we have opened our 6 week Try Hockey Program! Beginning on Feb 4th, sessions will run once a week.

This program is designed to give those new to hockey an opportunity to try it out. If you have someone in your household who would like to register or one of your player's friends would like to try it out, you can find the registration portal here

The cost is $100 for the program.

Dates are:
Sat Feb 4 930-1030 pad b
Sat Feb 18 1030-1130 pad b
Sat Feb 25 1030-1130 pad b
Sat Mar 4 1030-1130 pad b
Sat Mar 11 1030-1130 pad b
Sat Mar 18 1030-1130 pad b

For insurance purposes, full equipment is required.

Be sure to subscribe to the Mustangs calendar to make sure you see any changes that may occur!
Sponsors
Rotary Club of Fergus-Elora
The Rotary Club of Fergus-Elora is known for their annual Catch the Ace progressive lottery with net proceeds going to Groves Hospital Foundation. They are dedicated to service above self. A strong and vibrant club committed to serving our local and global communities while ensuring equity, diversity and growth for all.
Gorge Country Kitchen
The Gorge Country Kitchen is a staple in our community. A family run restaurant, operating for more than 20 years.
Bellamy Contracting Services
Bellamy Contracting Services is a family owned and operated business that has been proudly serving clients throughout Fergus and surrounding areas for over 15 years. We provide a wide variety of landscape products such as gravel, concrete sand, masonry sand, pea stone, river stone and top soil. Reach out to Bellamy for more information by phone: 519-843-2058 or email [email protected]
Fergus Legion
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 275 is committed to education, supporting the community and our veterans. The Fergus Legion offers many support programs to our community such as our Poppy Fund, visiting schools, visiting the sick and supporting community activities.