News Hockeyville journey chronicled in Chamber auction item

Attendees of the Sylvan Lake Chamber of Commerce Mermaid Ball and Business Awards on Friday (Oct. 24) will have the chance to bid

Attendees of the Sylvan Lake Chamber of Commerce Mermaid Ball and Business Awards on Friday (Oct. 24) will have the chance to bid on a piece of Kraft Hockeyville history being presented by the Sylvan Lake News.

Framed are three front pages of the Sylvan Lake News commemorating Sylvan Lake’s Hockeyville triumph, each one marking a significant stage in the town’s Hockeyville journey.

Half of proceeds raised from the item’s silent auction sale will go toward the town’s Multiplex Redevelopment Project, the other half will go to the Chamber of Commerce.

“As Chamber members, we’d like to give back to the Chamber, as well as to the arena fundraiser, so we’ve framed three front pages that are meaningful in the town’s Hockeyville run,” said News sales representative Joe Furman.

The Chamber event is now in its 36th year, and will take place at the Sylvan Lake Community Centre.


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