Olds Will Host Every Kid Every Community Speaker Series Event In February

The Every Kid Every Community Speaker Series is coming to Olds in 2018. The Olds Minor Hockey Association, the Olds College Broncos, the Olds Grizzlys and the Hockey Alberta Foundation have partnered together to make the event possible.

The Hockey Alberta Foundation is excited to announce the Every Kid Every Community Speaker Series is coming to Olds.
 
On February 2nd, there will be a hot stove panel of speakers at the Pomeroy Inn & Suites in Olds.
 
Mike Pieper President of the Olds Minor Hockey Association says the headliner will be Calgary Flames President of Hockey Operations Brian Burke.
 
 
Pieper says they have partnered with the Olds Grizzlys, the Olds College Broncos and the Hockey Alberta Foundation to make the evening possible.
 
 
Tickets are $50 dollars each. That includes entry into the Every Kid Every Community Speaker Series event at the Pomeroy on February 2nd. Plus complimentary wings and one beverage from the Olds College Brewery.
 
That price also includes a ticket to the Grizzlys vs Kodiaks AJHL game that night, as well as a ticket to the Olds College Broncos ACAC women's hockey game on February 1st against the NAIT Ooks.
 
For more information, Pieper says to check out the Hockey Alberta website or the Olds Minor Hockey website.
 
Proceeds from the event will go towards the Every Kid Every Community program, Olds Minor Hockey, the Olds College Broncos and the Olds Grizzlys.
 

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