Hickes sign-up on tap

The deadline to register a team in the 35th annual Oscar Hickes Memorial Hockey Tournament is just over a week away.

PORT ALICE—The deadline to register a team in the 35th annual Oscar Hickes Memorial Hockey Tournament is just over a week away.

The tourney is scheduled for Mar. 6-9 at Doug Bondue Arena, and registration is being accepted on a first-come, first-served basis through Friday, Feb. 14.

Competition will be held in four divisions for players 19-over: A (competitive); B (commercial); C (recreational); and D (old-timers). Cost is $600 per team, and is payable at time of registration.

Cheques may be payable to Oscar Hickes Society and mailed to Box 66, Port Alice, BC, V0N 2N0. For more information, email oscarhickes@gmail.com or visit oscarhickes.com.

In addition, volunteers are being sought to help run the 50/50 draws, which serve as a fundraiser for Port Alice Minor Hockey. To get involved, call Penny at 250-284-6247.

 

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