Risto Ringma

Spirited players from Atom C2 hockey raise funds for the team

The Sooke Atom C2 team raised over $1800 on Saturday for their hockey team.

According to hockey dad James Fletcher, they boys (along with the five other fundraising stations throughout Sooke) were “aspiring to raise $2,000” in this one day sugar-blitz. The funds received from the sale of Krispy Kreme donuts would go towards their December tournament in Cowichan.

Sari Ringma, manager of the Sooke Atom C2 team, followed up with the Sooke News Mirror to say they raised over $1800 on Saturday for their hockey team.

“We would like to thank everyone in Sooke for their support and generosity,” Ringma comments. “We couldn’t have done this without their help!”

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