Charity hockey game pits RCMP against Aces

Thorsby/Breton RCMP and the Thorsby Aces square off Mar. 25

Upcoming RCMP vs. Aces charity hockey tournament Mar. 25.

Two powerful forces are going head to head in Thorsby Mar. 25, and it’s all for the sake of community support.

“The Thorsby Aces and Thorsby/Breton RCMP Detachment are diligently working to put together a hockey challenge and social event on March 25,” stated a press release from the Thorsby/Breton RCMP.

“All proceeds are being donated locally to Thorsby FCSS and Community Fit.”

Thorsby FCSS, a department of the Town of Thorsby, provides the community with programs like Community Volunteer Income Tax Program, Christmas Elves, Meals on Wheels, parenting workshops, volunteer appreciation, seniors appreciation, the community awareness evening, the Cookie Break Club and mini educational workshops.

According to their website, Community Fit Ltd. is a non-profit group located in Thorsby. Their goal is to raise funds for equipment for group fitness classes held at the Thorsby Arctic Spas Rec Centre for the village and surrounding areas.

The RCMP vs. Aces puck drop will be Mar. 25 at 6 p.m. in the arena. Tickets are $5 a person or $20 per family and will be available at the door.

The Aces cabaret follows the game featuring live entertainment from Wild Rose Roulette. Doors open at the recreation complex fieldhouse at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20 per person and include a midnight lunch. Cabaret tickets are available now at Thorsby Home Hardware, Twisted Lime Liquor, ATB Financial and from any Aces player.

 

 

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