November 16, 2017
The Kelowna Chiefs Junior Hockey Club is very excited to announce that Sportsnet will be coming to Kelowna on December 2nd to do a feature on Mental Health Awareness, featuring Mental Health Advocate Myles Mattila and the Kelowna Chiefs.
Myles is an advocate for Mental Health awareness and is a young leader who is committed to creating positive changes in youth mental health, not only for his team and the KIJHL, but also for students and youth throughout our community and across the nation. The Chiefs are very proud to be able participate in this initiative to bring more awareness to Mental Health.
The feature will be aired across the nation on January 20, 2018 for Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada celebrating Canadians who are doing great work in the hockey community and beyond.
In order to welcome Sportsnet, create more awareness, and promote our team and Kelowna fans on Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada, the Kelowna Chiefs would like to invite everyone to come out on December 2nd with your families and friends to learn more and support this important cause. The Peacock Sheridan Group will be a ticket sponsor for this event and will provide tickets for all Minor Hockey Players, and students from UBCO, Okanagan College, and all local schools who pre-register for tickets for the game:
Saturday, December 2, 2017, 7PM
Kelowna Chiefs vs. North Okanagan Knights
Kelowna Rutland Arena, 645 Dodd Road
To register for your tickets, please click here or visit www.kelownachiefs.com. Regular tickets will be available at the door.
For additional information please contact:
Grant Sheridan, GM, Kelowna Chiefs
(250) 470 7492
Jason Tansem, Coach, Kelowna Chiefs
(250) 451 9676