Pats to Wear Orange Jerseys for Indigenous Celebration Night; Jersey Auction Now Live
Regina, Sask. – The Regina Pats will be wearing the special-edition orange jerseys for the entire game on Saturday, February 10 against the Edmonton Oil Kings, as part of their Indigenous Celebration Night.
Saturday’s game will showcase Indigenous Culture throughout the night and acknowledge the relationship we share with all Indigenous peoples in the Treaty Four Territory.
The orange jerseys are now up for auction, with 100% of net proceeds getting donated to the Orange Jersey Project. Following Saturday’s game, any winning bidders in attendance will receive their jersey directly from the players on the ice.
Fans can place a bid at www.32auctions.com/OrangeJerseyProject2024 for their chance to win one of these unique jerseys. Bidding will close at 8 p.m. on February 10, during Saturday’s game.
For tickets to Wednesday’s Indigenous Celebration Night, click here.
For more details about the full game, click here.
About the Orange Shirt Society
The Orange Shirt Society was formed in Williams Lake by the founders of Orange Shirt Day to encourage and support communities to recognize Orange Shirt Day and to support reconciliation events and activities. Our goal is to create awareness of the individual, family, and community intergenerational impacts of Indian Residential Schools through Orange Shirt Day activities, and to promote the concept of “Every Child Matters.”