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In Memory
Submitted By Matthew St. Jean on Wednesday, October 22, 2014
As most of you know, one of our own lost a precious family member recently after a long struggle with diabetes.  To commemorate the loss, the Atom select team and coaching staff wore Grey ribbons at Tuesday's game vs. Flamborough. Grey is the colour that represents diabetes awareness, therefore we chose the colour grey for the team to raise awareness as well.  The Atom Select team has also made a donation to the Diabetes Society in memory.

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