Terriers Set to Fight Cancer

Once again the Terriers will be suiting up in one of a kind Lavender Terrier Jerseys to raise money for Central Plains Cancer Services.

This Saturday for the 6th straight season when the Terriers take to the ice at Stride Place against the Steinbach Pistons they will be wearing Lavender to show their support for all Cancers. You can bid on these jerseys to show your support.

Central Plains Cancer Services is a non-profit grassroots organization that has been dedicated to improving the quality of life for cancer patients, survivors and their families since 1998.

We will be having a silver collection and a prize draw to raise money. The 50/50 from Saturday’s game will be donated as well as the proceeds from the Jersey auction.

Executive Director of CPCS – Sharilyn Knox “We are thrilled that the Portage Terriers are once again hosting this Terrier Fights Cancer game.  The monies raised will go towards our Kids Can Cope Program where we support children and teens dealing with cancer in their lives.  We hope that you will come support the Terriers and our Kids Can Cope Program.  See you Saturday in the Dog Pound!”

Saturday’s game starts at 7:30pm, get your tickets early to avoid line-ups. Jerseys will be revealed later this week.