2010 Charitable Giving Fund Grant Recipient: Lindsay Lynx
Please see the following press release regarding the recipient of our 2010 Charitable Giving Fund Grant.
Russell I. Alexander Awards 2010 Charitable Giving Fund Grant
Lindsay Girls Hockey Association, operating as Lindsay Lynx, Lindsay, ON will receive $2,000.00 to help support and grow girls’ hockey in our community.
LINDSAY, ON September 9, 2010
A local business has just boosted the resources for the Lindsay Girls Hockey Association, operating as Lindsay Lynx.
“The Charitable Giving Fund provides financial support to those charitable organizations that are doing great work, but may not be as visible as some of their larger counterparts”.
Teresa Brooks, President of the Lindsay Girls Hockey Association stated: “We are going to use the grant from Russell Alexander for equipment for our younger girls so that the house league girls have goalie equipment because they have always had hand me downs, and to get new or newer equipment….”
Brooks said “We are very appreciative of the grant….” The Lindsay Girls Hockey Association operates out of the Town of Lindsay with their home ice in several of the Lindsay and surrounding arenas. It supports the entire City of Kawartha Lakes Region and has accepted players from as far away as Haliburton, when there were no closer leagues for these girls to play in. This league provides young girls from the age of 7 to 17 the opportunity to learn and develop their hockey skills and participate in the game of hockey without having to complete with and against boys.
About Russell I. Alexander
Russell I. Alexander is a law firm dedicated solely to family law. With experienced lawyers and staff of more than 9 people, the firm provides guidance on matters relating to family law. For additional information about the Russell I. Alexander Giving Fund, please visit www.russellalexander.com.
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