Farwell For Hire Night at Galt, News (Cambridge Minor Lacrosse)

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May 03, 2018 | reno | 789 views
Farwell For Hire Night at Galt
Mike Farwell from 570 News, and the Voice of the Kitchener Rangers, is once again teaming with Cambridge Minor Lacrosse to Host a Farwell for Hire night at Galt arena on Wednesday May 16th in support of cystic fibrosis.  

Mike Farwell lost two sisters to the disease and has since been on a mission to help battle the disease and find a cure.  Last year 'hiring' himself out to do odd jobs in the community Farwell raised $88 000, this year his goal is to top that and reach the six figure mark of $100 000.  
The Cambridge Chiefs will be 'hiring' Mike to come out on Wednesday May 16th to announce and commentate all 4 of our home games.  The lineup this night includes Tyke vs. Centre Wellington (6:00), Novice 1 vs. Milton 1 (7:00), Bantam vs. KW (8:00) and Intermediate vs. Guelph (9:00).
While there will not be a cover charge to enter the arena teams will be at the doors and passing around buckets in the stands to collect donations for this good cause.
So come on out and help us support Mike in his fight to end this disease.
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