Face Off For Mental Health, News (Point Edward Minor Athletic Association)

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Sep 27, 2018 | lguthrie | 924 views
Face Off For Mental Health
Our Association is proud to once again, partner with St. Clair Child and Youth Services.   For the month of November, we will be participating in “Face off for Mental Health”.  Each player will be provided with green skate laces and a roll of green tape to use for the month.  This visual cue will help us raise awareness at our home and away games, tournaments and on social media.  We have some exciting announcements about contests coming soon!                   

 We NEED parent representatives to join us in our efforts to make the Face Off campaign bigger and better than last year.  One in five children struggles with mental health issues but five in five are impacted.  Please contact Liz Page or Rob Shortreed if you are interested in joining the planning committee.                                    
The Sarnia Sting is proud to announce the launch of the Sting Assists Community Fund. Sting Assists was built on best practices in sport and community philanthropy, with a made-in-Sarnia-Lambton approach. Our ongoing goal is to help people in need in our community and make the Sarnia Lambton area a better place to live for all. The fund collects donations through community outreach events such as golf tournaments, 50/50 draws, jersey raffles and various online auctions.
Jackpot City - Sarnia
Jackpot Time, formally known as Jackpot City and Bingo Country, has been serving up gaming in the city of Sarnia for more than 30 years, and has raised over $15 million dollars for regional charities. Jackpot Time is in the business of continuing that proud tradition, while providing a full-service entertainment experience that's relevant to our community today. In partnership with OLG, we have dramatically overhauled the gaming floor, adding a fully licensed diner, a sports lounge, and a selection of electronic gaming machines.