Hockey benefit successful

Coronation Royals Senior Men’s team donned pink tape on their hockey sticks for a game on Fri. Feb. 10 at the Coronation Arena against Forestburg Flyers to raise monies for Sherry Tkach’s battle with breast cancer. A silent auction and 50/50 draw proceeds went towards the treatment costs incurred by Tkach.ECA Review/Submitted

The girls working the Benefit hockey game 50/50 and silent auction for Sherry Tkach, from the left, are Whitney Berg, Jordan Usselman, Sherry Tkach, Christie Williamson, Angie Pregoda and Erin Ellerby. ECA Review/Submitted

Coronation Royals Senior Men’s team hosted a fundraiser with their last league home game on Fri. Feb. 10 against Forestburg with the benefits going to Sherry Tkach’s breast cancer battle.
There were 10 silent auction items, two tickets to the Flames vs. Detroit game and four tickets to the Oilers vs. New York Islanders game and a huge 50/50.
According the the organizers, everything was a huge success raising big money for the Tkach family.
“We were very happy to see the community come together to support an amazing individual.
“It was an amazing thing this small town team did.”
The Royals lost to Forestburg with a score of 6 – 5 in favour of the Flyers.

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