Wednesday, Apr 1st, 2015

The third annual CACL Classic Hockey Fundraiser is this Sunday (March 29) at the Keating Centre from 4 to 6 p.m. Coming together for a photo to promote the event are CACL worker John Andrew MacPherson, director Jeff Teasdale, StFX X-Men head coach Brad Peddle and worker Matt Anderson. PHOTO: Richard MacKenzie

There is the Fall Classic. There is the Winter Classic. And then there is the CACL Classic. The third annual CACL (Canadian Association for Community Living) Classic Hockey Fundraiser goes this Sunday (March 29) at StFX’s Keating Centre, from 4 to 6 p.m. The CACL partners with the StFX X-Men hockey team for the event and the game features the X-Men playing a fun contest against friends of the CACL, [...]

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