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$3,000 DONATION TO ALS CANADA
Submitted By Webmaster on Thursday, August 23, 2018
The London Junior Knights Minor Peewee AAA team helped organize a golf tournament fundraiser titled IRON HORSE CLASSIC this past weekend at Caradoc Sands.  This team of parents, coaches and players worked together for two common goals ~ to raise money for their team and more importantly to teach these young players the meaning of giving back to the community. 

ALS touched the family of one of our players and in this team's true fashion, they rallied together to raise money for a great cause.

Team Iron Horse is continuing to raise money as the Clark family walks in the London WALK for ALS on September 22nd.  If you'd like to donate, click this link http://www.alsevents.ca/BraedonClark
 
A Note from ALS Canada Regional Manager:

"Thank you to all the participants, donors and sponsors and let’s not forget the awesome volunteers!

The Iron Horse Classic tournament has been a highlight for golfers for the past 7 years.
Congratulations to all, including the fantastic Minor Pee Wee Hockey team.

 

The Iron Horse Classic is always a fun time, a successful event and a wonderful way to honor a great man, Doug Clark “It is what it is” he used to say!

On behalf of the families we serve, a huge thank you for your continued support and generosity, for what it is –

IS to find better treatments through research and to provide What clients need in support services!

 

Thank you!"

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