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FEBRUARY FUNDRAISING CONTESTS!
Today in NHL history: Feb. 8, 1975 – Minnesota North Stars’ rookie Peter LoPresti recorded his first career shutout in a 5-0 win over the Flyers. With the shutout, Peter became part of the first father-son combo to record NHL shutouts. His father, Sam, recorded four in the 1940s with the Blackhawks.
Dear <<First Name>>,
It's February! So of course we need to remind you about some more amazing Pro-Am prizing opportunities! Step-up your fundraising game this month and get in on these great scores!
Top Fundraising Team Prize!

The Top Fundraising Team for February will be entered into a draw to win a team dinner for 15 people at Baro Toronto restaurant. 
Top Fundraising Rookie Prize!
February's Top Fundraising Rookie will win a dinner for two at Woodbine Race Track!
Top Individual Fundraiser Prize!
 
The Top Individual Fundraiser for February will win a Goal-synced Budweiser Red Light!

Raise the most funds and turn on the goal light for the win!
Sign up now for your chance to win one of these great prizes!

Congratulations To Our January Prize-Winners!

  • Top Fundraiser - Dan McPherson won a dinner for two at Woodbine
  • Top Fundraising Team - The Geri Hat Tricks won a "Beer O'clock" party at Steam Whistle
  • New Player Prize - Howard Miller won the signed Gordie Howe book "9"
  • Team Registration Prizes - Jim Lithgow won the signed James van Riemsdyk jersey; and Eric Tamm won the signed Dale Hawerchuk jersey
We're One Team vs. Alzheimer's.

See you on the ice,
Brian Krinberg
Scotiabank Pro-Am for Alzheimer’s™ in support of Baycrest
Manager, Sales and Player Development

E Bkrinberg@baycrest.org
T 416-785-2500 x 6378
Dawn Collins
Scotiabank Pro-Am for Alzheimer’s™ in support of Baycrest
Manager, Hockey Operations

E Dcollins@baycrest.org
T 416-785-2500 x 6598
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