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FUNDRAISING MEAT ORDERS FROM NESBITTS
Submitted By James Beard on Saturday, November 2, 2019
Between November 6th and 20th - we'll be accepting orders for our 2nd Nesbitt's Fundraising Meat Order.

Please see the rest of the article for the packages, costs, and the order form. Order forms are also available on the bulletin boards in our home arenas.




Please share this information with your family and friends who are not part of our hockey association.

Last Spring we offered, via a soft launch, our first Nesbitt's meat order - everyone who ordered was extremely impressed with the quality. 
Nesbitt's of Lindsay are a local butcher shop that offer high quality meat products. 

Please see the attached PDF for the packages and costs
Nesbitts_Meat_Fundraiser_Final
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