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U15 Players Clean Up EG
Submitted By Ed Vetere on Tuesday, March 23, 2021
Yesterday, U15 EGMHA players and former players participated in a Community Cleanup effort.

This was the 3rd cleanup session with the other two taking place early this season. The effort was extremely successful with the players filling over 30 bags of garbage.

We would like to thank Colin Nasmith for starting this initiative and thank Michelle Vestergaard for organizing the players. 

We also had our very own Mayor Virgina Hackson participate in yesterdays session and would like to thank her for her support.

Finally we want to recognize the players who have rolled up their sleeves to clean-up our environment, but it's not just their job it's all our jobs to ensure we keep our town clean.   Look out for this team next week as they will be holding their 4th session in Queensville.


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EGMHA Players:

Erik Vetergaard, Matteo Vetere, Rhys McDonald, Scott Wilkinson, Caden Wilkinson, Jacob Warecki, Steven Whiteside, Cole Sheppard, Nate Lewis, Cameron Dankowich, Brandon Meyers

Former EGMHA Players:

Nate Holiday (Markham Waxers), Trevor Riddell(Markham Waxers), Hayden Williams (York Simcoe Express)

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