First Shift kicks off winter session, News (Guelph Minor Hockey)

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First Shift kicks off winter session
Submitted By Tara Kelly on Wednesday, February 6, 2019
Last night 45 boys and girls began their hockey journey in the First Shift program.

28 boys and girls from the fall First Shift program also took part in the first of the Second Shift sessions! 



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