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Greater Metro Jr. A Hockey League

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Chai Lifeline Canada

GMHL Officials teamed up with Craig Fried from Chai Lifeline Canada to officiate their annual tournament in an effort to raise funds for this terrific organization.

Our staff is grateful for the opportunity to serve the needs for this event. We thank all supporters, donors, and NHL Alumni members who made this event possible.

So many needing people are touched by the resources provided by Chai Lifeline.

                                                                  Please visit Chai Lifeline to explore ways you can help.

          https://chailifelinecanada.org

 

 

Belleville General Hospital Foundation

 

GMHL Official Bill Newman and other local supporting officials teamed up to participate in this Scotia Bank Legends of Hockey event which took place at the Yardman Arena in Belleville.

Bill Newman dropped the ceremonial puck with Sue Rollins representing Belleville General Hospital Foundation and Ana Beneo of Scotia bank.

The annual event drew a large crowd attracted by many NHL Alumni members who are dedicated to helping this organization.

                             www.bghf.ca

 

 

Tim Horton's Camp Day

Live on Location - Younge & Eglington with 92.5 Jack Radio

GMHL Director of Officiating collected many autographs on this Jersey from various NHL Alumni members for Mark Waifer owner of the Tim Horton's franchise at Younge & Eglington in Toronto, who auctioned the jersey at his store on Camp Day in effort to raise funds for children to attend summer camp.

http://timhortons.com/ca/en/childrens-foundation

 

              

Baycrest Pro-Am Tournament

Members of GMHL Officials Place Team 

In its inception year, GMHL Officials assisted Stan (a retired Scientist with Baycrest Hospital) to recruit players to fill a team raising funds for this wonderful event, which grew into a fabulous fundraising annual tournament with incredible results. 

We encourage you to visit the link below to find out how you too can get involved and help with this cause.

               http://www.baycrestproam.ca