CONDORS IN THE COMMUNITY: Owner Visits League of Dreams; “Krush Cancer” Pack Now On Sale
CANNED FOOD COLLECTION: Thank you Condorstown for donating 2,800 lbs of canned food during our collection on Tuesday, January 15. All non-perishable food collected was given to the Bakersfield Homeless Center. In 15 years, the Condors have collected nearly 25,000 lbs of food for the community.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 29:
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30:
Condors player Jacob Lagace will speak to the students ofLoudon Elementary’s ACES after school program from 3-4 p.m. Lagace will share details about what his job as a hockey player is like and let the kids see some authentic hockey eqipment. Loudon Elementary is located at 4000 Loudon Street.
|Ryan Annesley & Nick Prockow speak to the students at Valley School|
THURSDAY, JANUARY 31:
The Bakersfield Condors are now selling a“Krush Cancer” pack consisting of a specially designed puck, patch, & magnet with all proceeds benefiting Chris Kusherniuk and his fight against testicular cancer. Chris is currently under going treatment at a university in Indiana and is accruing staggering medical cost. For more information about Chris or to make a donation, click here. The “Krush Cancer” pack is being sold for $18 and you can purchase them at the main merchandise stand during Condors home games or online by clicking here.
HOCKEY-THON REGISTRATION NOW OPEN:
The 9th Annual Bakersfield Hockey-Thon will take place
March 23-24, 2013. Players of all ages and skill levels are welcome to participate and help raise funds for Links for Life, a local breast cancer resource center. For more information about the event or to register today – click here.