Soccer Tournament raises more than $3,800

March 28, 2012 at 6:14pm

On Saturday, March 17, twelve teams took to the field at the AC Milan SportCentre in Vaughan to compete in the first annual Kick for a Cure soccer tournament.The first ever tournament champions were from Maple Lodge Farms (pictured below) who fended off the great competition put forth by the runner up team from Fortinos #84.
“Our Organizers put a lot of work into this event. From coming up with the idea straight through to game day, they did an amazing job. And their hard work paid off,” said Local 175 President Shawn Haggerty. “We raised more than $3,800 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and we’re very proud of that. We look forward to holding the Kick for a Cure tournament again next year!”
In addition to Maple Lodge and Fortinos #84, teams from the Local Union, Fearmans Pork, Avis, Budget, Thrifty, Mobile Climate and the Hazara Association of Canada took part in the day’s injury-free games.
Sponsors included Caley Wray, CEP 571 and Locals 175 & 633.
More photos soon!