Superhero Hockey Night with the Saginaw Spirit
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Presented by Yeo & Yeo CPAs & Business Consultants, the CAN Council’s 4th annual Superhero Hockey Night recognizes and celebrates local child advocacy superheroes during the Saginaw Spirit hockey game on Saturday, December 7, 2019 at the Dow Event Center.
Join us! For just $14 (for upper level) or $17 (for lower level), your ticket grants you access to the Saginaw Spirit hockey game, a special ceremony recognizing one child and one adult from the community who demonstrate an outstanding commitment to protecting children, and your chance at a superhero cape giveaway to the first 1,000 children in attendance at the game.
To purchase Upper Level tickets for $14/each, use the username: robin, password: spirit.
To purchase Lower Level tickets for $17/each, use the username: batman, password: spirit.
By purchasing tickets using the above username and passwords, the CAN Council will receive $5 back per ticket for this fundraiser.
During the game, the CAN Council will present Nate & April Rose of 102.5 WIOG’s “Nate & April in the Morning” as the CAN Council Adult Superheroes of the Year. This award is given to individuals who are making a positive impact on the lives of children in our community. The 2019 CAN Council Adult Superheroes of the Year award goes to Nate & April Rose based on their dedication to making a difference in the lives of children in their profession but also in their personal lives. Nate & April have demonstrated their commitment to children by becoming foster parents. They adopted their children from foster care and continue to advocate for children through their volunteer service to the CAN Council, inspiring others as they share their family’s personal journey through the foster and adoption system. They also lead a holiday drive through Cumulus Media to put gifts and personal care items in the hands of hundreds of children and families in the Great Lakes Bay Region each year.
The 2019 CAN Council Child Superhero of the Year award goes to the children of Nikki Culver’s Hemlock daycare. Nikki has been a volunteer for 15+ years and annually gets her daycare kiddos in on supporting the CAN Council mission. Each year, they host a lemonade stand, and all proceeds benefit the CAN Council. The children proudly present their earnings to our CAN Council staff each summer. Prior to launching the lemonade stand, the children also held penny drives and performed skits, all to raise money for CAN Council services. They’re an inspiration to children & adults alike – no matter our age or size, we can all help build communities free of child abuse and neglect!
Can’t make it to the game? Be a superhero and sponsor a family so that they are able to join in on the fun! Contact Danielle Russell firstname.lastname@example.org for details.