Divas say thanks for support

The Divas Hockey Team would like to acknowledge and thank its generous supporters for donating the many wonderful items to their silent and live auction, held as part of the Women’s Winter Jamboree last month. Thank you to Homer’s Jeans, Two Sisters Bakery, Eric Olsen, Little Dipper Designs, Blue Urchin, Darcy Mueller, Salty Dawg Saloon, Mako’s Water Taxi, Bear Creek Winery, Michelle Hatton, Karyn Noyes and all the Divas who collected and donated items.

Thanks also to the outstanding Dave Aplin, who emceed a “top-shelf” live auction portion of the evening.  Many thanks to DJ CJ for the awesome tunes spun for all on the dance floor. And three cheers to Beluga Lake Lodge for once again allowing the Divas to host the auction, eat and dance after its normal hours.

Proceeds from the auction allow the Divas to sponsor on-ice events for area youth, give scholarships to and purchase needed gear for skaters, and cover some ice costs.

You all are the best.

Sue Rennolds and Tracey Tillion

Diva auction coordinators 

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