Check Your 50/50 Numbers! We have a winner!
The Sarnia Sting along with community partner Friends of Sarnia Minor Hockey look to help with the fight against COVID-19 locally with the Puck COVID campaign. A 2 part campaign that aims to help the most vulnerable in our community and continue the Sting commitment to this community.
1. Friends of Sarnia Minor Hockey Online 50/-50 in support of the Bluewater Health Foundation and the COVID-19 Fund.
Early Bird Winner A-4722902 Jamie Schoettle Flex Pack & McGregor authentic gloves
5050 Winner A-2635537 Randi Rogers $6315.
Have you ever seen those big 50/50 Jackpots at Sarnia Sting home games? Well we may not have hockey back yet, but you can continue to support our community and have a chance to pocket some cash, thanks to the Friends of Sarnia Minor Hockey & Sarnia Sting Online 50/50 in support of the Bluewater Health Foundation and their local fight against COVID-19
- Contest to run June 4-26, 2020. – June 26, 2020
- 50/50 winner to be announced Saturday, June 27, 2020
PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS BEFORE JUNE 15, 2020 at 8 PM EST TO ENTER THE EARLY BIRD DRAW!
Those with 50/50 tickets purchased before June 15, 2020 at 8 PM will be automatically entered to win a Flex 10 ticket package for the 2020-21 Sarnia Sting Season along with authentic, game warm Ryan McGregror hockey gloves! ($450 value)
2. Puck COVID tee-shirt campaign in support of Lambton Elderly Outreach
Wear your Sting and community with pride, while helping the most vulnerable in our community at these times by purchasing your Puck COVID tee shirt. All proceeds from this product will go to support Lambton Elderly Outreach and particularly their new COVID 19 support initiatives.
Learn more about Lambton Elderly Outreach Here.
Tee shirts just $25 and come in all sizes (Youth Small- Adult XXL)
Products available for pickup at Lambton Elderly Outreach (4486 London Line, Wyoming, ON N0N 1T0) or delivery within the Sarnia Lambton region, contact Lambton Elderly Outreach at (519) 845-1353 with all pick up and drop off inquires,
What is LEO during the COVID 19 Pandemic?
Lambton Elderly Outreach (LEO) is celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year as a not-for-profit who provides services to seniors and adults with disabilities in order to assist them maintain their independence such as Transportation, Personal Care and Support, Meals on Wheels, Housing Support, Crisis Intervention (Social Workers) among others.
When the Covid-19 Pandemic struck globally, LEO quickly made a decision to continue to provide essential services to our clients, when many other organizations chose to suspend services. In fact, Leo was the only not-for-profit organization who provides transportation to clients who are Covid suspect or Covid positive.
The relationship and partnership with the Sarnia Sting began several years ago through Chuck-A -Puck fundraisers and we are very excited to continue to grow this partnership with a “Puck Covid” t-shirt featuring the Sarnia Sting logo.
LEO is very appreciative of the proceeds from the sale of these t-shirts which LEO will use to continue to protect our vulnerable clients which they receive much needed services such as personal care, or essential transportation to dialysis, cancer treatments or to and from the hospital and Retirement Homes. The proceeds will assist LEO in paying for much needed and increasingly expensive personal protective equipment (PPE), to which the price has increased over 1800% since before the Pandemic. LEO is also installing protective barriers between our clients and the drivers in our accessible vehicles.