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Feature Article - May 3, 2007

Girls' hockey club pays tribute to local supporters

The Frontenac Fury paid tribute to a long-time volunteer and to team sponsors at their year end banquet on Saturday, April 28.

Team sweaters were presented to Vaughan B. Good of Vaughan’s Automotive, and Mark Alton of Boundary Paintball Games. Connie McVeigh, Mortgage Specialist with RBC in Sharbot Lake was unable to attend. Vaughan’s Automotive sponsors the Bantam Girls (black jerseys); Boundary Paintball Games sponsors the Pee Wee Girls (white jerseys) and Connie McVeigh sponsors the Midget Girls (black jerseys).

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Certificates of appreciation were presented to Pat Player of Accounted IV, Fred Henwood of Atkinson Home Building Centre and Chris Davy of Davy Well Drilling. These local businesses and business owners sponsored individual jerseys and have girls playing hockey with the Frontenac Fury. Our other sponsors will be receiving their certificates in the mail.

Local, long-time volunteer, Carol Sparling was presented with the Carol Sparling Award for Outstanding Achievement in Voluntarism “Dedication to the Game of Hockey”. Carol has been involved in both boys and girls hockey at the North Frontenac Arena for approximately 15 years. Carol also sits on the Project End Zone Committee and is the President of the Central Frontenac Soccer Association. This award named in honour of Carol will be given each year to someone in the community who has shown a true commitment to the game of girls’ hockey.

Many thanks to the players, parents and sponsors for a great year. See you in the fall!

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