Click here to see some photographs from the Rink of Dreams.
Thanks to everyone for getting the pledges and sponsors, baking, volunteering and donating items for our Silent Auction and baskets! The money collected will help us on our trip to Buffalo as well as add money to our General Fund which benefits all of our Saints.
Please encourage any U.S. government employee to consider donating to the Saints through the Combined Federal Campaign which runs from October 15 - December 15. The Saints CFC number is 38105.
Saints Are Big Hit at USA Disabled Hockey Festival in Buffalo (March 2009)
What a great turn out of kids, parents and guests..
There were lots of smiles on and off the ice..It was wonderful to see familiar faces from our last skate and a joy to meet our new families..
County Executive Jim Smith dropped the first Saints puck, with Saints player, Sam Lurz and Coach Jim facing off, wearing their Saints team hockey jerseys..
Thank you Louie for the beautiful hockey cake with Saints logo center ice and to Marty and Anne for providing all the delicious homemade desserts for all to enjoy at the end of the evening...
Thanks to ALL who made our "Drop of the Saint's Puck" such a special evening!
Photos will be in our album soon..
The reviews are in... the food was delicious and plentiful (thank you Jackie/G&G Catering for your hard work,your helpers were great!)...
Home made desserts went quickly!!
Thank you Miss Carol Robey for all the mouth watering cakes, not one slice of cake was left.. the fresh peach cake, triple layer chocolate cake and Jewish apple cake went so fast we are going to put them in our Silent Auction next year!
Thank you Charlene Sciarretta for the beautiful and delicious Saints logo sheet cake... It was too pretty to cut, but oh were we glad we did... it was wonderful!!
Thank you Marty and Ann... this event would not have been such a success without your help! Thank you to all the very willing volunteers who helped at the front collecting tickets, selling raffle tickets, checking out winners of the Silent Auction! You are our unsung heroes..the evening went so smoothly because of YOU!
Lots of homes will be greener and healthier!!
Radebaugh Florist dressed each table with exquisite plants!..there were a lot of happy faces when they won the centerpiece..
Egerton Greenhouse donated all the beautiful plants for the plant wheel.. the plant wheel was busy all evening, not one plant was left by the end of the evening...
Rockin Rob, the DJ, thanks for helping our cause and providing the music and setting the tempo for the evening..
The Silent Auction tables were busy all evening...what a great assortment of baskets... at the 10pm closing time for bids, you could barely get near the tables!!...at the end lots of big smiles!
The Chinese Auction was a hit!! Great assortment of baskets from Spa visits to DeWalt tools!
All this and great Door Prizes too!! Thank you to all who generously donated items for our successful evening...
Photos, by our wonderful photographer, Evan Cohen, showing "a good time was had by all" are in the photo album!
Thank you to all our new friends and volunteers at the American Legion Post 22! Your help and guidance was the best prize of the evening for the Saints!!
Each and every person who volunteered their time, donated items or purchased a ticket to our first Annual Bull Roast... YOU made this year's major fundraiser successful.. YOU are providing our "Saints" the opportunity to enjoy adapted ice hockey.. YOU are helping build self esteem and confidence... thank you for believing in our program!!
Article in New York Times about Special Hockey (2008)