Chiefs hope to fill the rink

The BCHL Chilliwack Chiefs are asking for donations to the Salvation Army food bank when they host the Prince George Spruce Kings Dec. 28.

The Chilliwack Chiefs are hoping to ‘Fill the Rink for the Food Back’ Dec. 28 as they host the Prince George Spruce Kings at Prospera Centre.

Tickets to that game will be $5 (including taxes and service fees) for anyone bringing a non-perishable food donation for the Salvation Army.

Season ticket holders are invited to bring a friend at no extra cost beyond the food donation.

Workers will be stationed at all four Prospera Centre entrances, gathering the food, loading it into trucks and sending it off to the Food Bank.

More than 2,000 tickets still remained as of press time.

Get more info online at www.chilliwackchiefs.net or contact the team by phone at 604-392-4433.

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