Local kids get free tickets to 2010 Allan Cup

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300 local kids will get to watch one game of the 2010 Allan Cup competition for free.

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Kids 12 and under will get a free ticket from Fort St. John’s Meyers Norris Penny. The tickets are for the game on April 21st at 8:00 p.m. Children must be accompanied by an adult in order to get in for free.

The Clarenville Caribous will take on the reining Allan Cup Champions, the Bentley Generals, in the final round robin game of the Allan Cup.

Plus, during the first intermission, one child will get a chance to score on Frozen John, the City of Fort St. John’s mascot. The prize is donated by Ernie’s Sports Experts.

Meanwhile, Allan Cup volunteers will be out in full force in booth 30 at the 2010 Fort St. John Trade Show. There will be tickets on sale including the 11 game reserved seating and 11 game general admission packages.

There will also be tickets available for the Western Financial Group $100,000 Shootout.

The Allan Cup competition will be held at the North Peace Arena from April 19th-24th.

For more information on the competition, click here.

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