Limited Spots Available in 7th Annual Fundraising Golf Tournament Hosted by the Kids Hockey Advancement Society
Calgary, Canada, June 22, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Tucker Hockey is proud to be one of the event sponsors for the Kids Hockey Advancement Society’s 7th Annual Golf Tournament Fundraising event.
Rex Tucker, President of Tucker Hockey spoke of his enthusiasm for such a great cause; “I am committed as well as other dedicated team members to contribute the volunteer time and effort as required to ensure the continuing success of the Society.”
The Kids Hockey Advancement Society was created to provide an opportunity for children to play, develop their skating and hockey skills and to participate in organized hockey. The benefit to these children in terms of physical fitness, mental health and well-being and social development are significant and well- documented. The benefits to society as these children mature into exemplary and responsible citizens are even more significant.
This year’s tournament will take place at the Lakeside Golf Club in Chestermere on Monday 15th September, 2014.
Those interested in supporting this great cause can partake in the tournament either as an individual player or as a foursome, become one of the valued event sponsors or donate prizes or your time to the live auction on the day. The money raised in 2014 will be used again to donate a large portion to KidSport of Calgary; in addition the Society will fund various grassroots activities in the hockey community. The Society is planning to raise an estimated $60,000 this year via the Annual Golf Tournament. It will cost the Society an estimated $35,000 to raise this amount
Tucker Hockey was opened in 1997 as a part time instructional school to help improve the level of Hockey in Canada. Over the past 17 years, Tucker Hockey, based in Calgary, and now a full time year-round hockey school has provided quality and professional instruction to minor and adult hockey organizations, teams and players in the City of Calgary and throughout southern Alberta.