Greg Pascuzzo (left) of the Cranbrook Colonels hockey club presents members of the Cranbrook Heat fastball team with a cheque for $500.

Cranbrook Colonels give back to community

The Cranbrook Colonels men's hockey team is doing all it can to give back to the community and surrounding area

The Cranbrook Colonels Hockey Club is doing all it can to give back to its community.

The local men’s hockey team recently made a donation of $500 in support of the Cranbrook Heat women’s fastball team to help cover expenses, while also partnering with Bridge Interiors to put a pair of brand new massage recliners in the nurses’ lounge of the intensive care unit at East Kootenay Regional Hospital.

“These dedicated people work tirelessly with the very sick patients in the ICU at East Kootenay Regional Hospital,” said Greg Pascuzzo of the Colonels. “Special thanks goes out to Bridge Interiors, who matched the hockey team’s donation with an additional chair and arrange delivery and setup at the East Kootenay Regional Hospital.”

The Cranbrook Colonels Hockey Club is a proud sponsor of many projects within the community and surrounding area, with a particular emphasis on youth sports.


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