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Hawks Community Helps
Submitted By ylong on Wednesday, November 11, 2015
On November 10th, there was a fire in Byron that claimed all the possessions of a Hawk family, including all the hockey equipment - only the hockey stick was salvageable! Our association and teams have rallied around to help with donations, hockey equipment, clothing and meals for the Kemp family.

Thank you, Hawks, for proving once again that our hockey community is truly a family.

The story can be found here: LFP and CTV

An online donation fund has been set up: http://tawnyakemp.myevent.com/
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