WINCHESTER – It was a sea of colours and a flurry of action at the fourth annual Seaway Valley Crime Stoppers (SVCS) ball hockey tournament as kids of all ages descended upon the Joel Steele Community Centre Sat., June 9.

Members of the Kemptville Wolfpack gave it their all during the shopping cart races at the Joel Steele Community Centre Sat., June 9. The event was part of the fourth annual Seaway Valley Crime Stoppers ball hockey tournament, which raised more than $9,000.

With a total of 20 teams and more than 250 kids in action, both on the rink surface and outside, it was a carnival-like atmosphere. In addition to the ball hockey games, children had an opportunity to participate in fire obstacle courses and grocery cart races, enjoy BBQ burgers and hot dogs, and even climb a tractor or two.

The one-day event raised at total of $9,000 for the Seaway Valley Crime Stoppers program.

 

The fourth annual Seaway Valley Crime Stoppers ball hockey tournament raised more than $9,000 and provided 250 happy, active kids with all the activity they could handle in one day.

Kayley Bartlett played the part of an enthusiastic fan during the day’s games, sporting a fun pair of glasses. No word on if she offered the spectacles to the ref.

The action was non-stop inside and outside the Joel Steele Community Centre as more than 250 kids took part in the tournament. Press Photos – Schoch