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HAVE YOU HEARD THE EXCITING NEWS???
Submitted By James Beard on Friday, January 29, 2021
The Bobcaygeon Verulam Community Centre & Arena has been nominated for the Kraft Hockeyville 2021 competition for a chance to win $250,000 in upgrades to the arena and to host an NHL game! 


The Bobcaygeon Community knows how to come together and get things done. What's it going to take? Passionate and heartfelt nomination stories, photos, videos and notes added to the Bobcaygeon rally page. To add your story about our community spirit, what the arena means to you and why it is important to your family and this community please go to: KRAFT HOCKEYVILLE 2021 CANADA

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