Encouraging girls to play hockey

Oceanside Girls Hockey will be hosting a “Try it out” day on January 25, for any girls 12 and under looking to get into the game of hockey.

Oceanside Girls Hockey will be hosting a “Try it out” day on January 25, for any girls 12 and under looking to get into the game of hockey.

The Oceanside Female Icebreakers are hosting the event, 1:45-3:45 p.m. at Oceanside Place, to give girls a chance to experience the game of hockey. If you don’t have the equipment, they will have you covered at the arena.

Girls will be able to learn the basics from both coaches and players in attendance to lend a hand and help promote the game of hockey.

Registration is required, so if you’re looking to get out there on the ice, contact Kim Meyer at kimmeyer@shaw.ca or 250-668-0006.

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