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Alumni hockey school, gets going in Fort Nelson on the 11th of August, while it hits the North Peace Arena starting on the 18th of August – now those of you listening yesterday will remember we had a nice little chat with Brad Fast, a man and a family that probably needs no introduction, Brad is a native of Fort St. John, and one of the organizers of the hockey school, but he says it’s not all just work

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To get more info about the north peace alumni hockey school, who else is involved in it, what’s on offer, just pop on over to northpeacealumni.com.

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Now for those of you who are curious just what happened to Brad, after he left the Energetic City, well he is playing pro hockey, in fact next season he’ll be making a switch, he’s heading to South Korea to play for the Anyang Halla, in the Asian league, check out their website at anyanghalla.com – and like I said earlier, I think it’s just awesome to see hockey making inroads all over world.

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