Warriors Alumni Weekend set to go

Hockey game Saturday, meet and greet Sunday, golf tournament Monday

The Warriors Alumni Weekend is this Saturday through Sunday

Over 30 former and current Warriors will be arriving in West Kelowna this weekend to take part in the 1st Annual Alumni Weekend presented by Tim Hortons.

The weekend begins with an Alumni Hockey Game in support of the Westside Community Food Bank on Saturday, June 1st, 2013.

Game time is 5pm at RLP and features Team Justin Schultz versus Team Max French.

Admission is just a donation to the local Food Bank.

On Sunday, June 2nd the Warriors are hosting a Mix & Mingle at 19 Okanagan Bar & Grill from 6 to 8 pm.  All participants registered for the Golf Tournament, and Sponsors of the weekend, are welcome to come meet the players.  They will also receive Justin Schultz memorabilia courtesy of Tim Hortons.

Finally, on Monday, June 3rd the Warriors host an Alumni Charity Golf Tournament at Two Eagles Golf Course & Academy.

Tee Off is 2 pm. Golfers will get the chance to swing the clubs with former Warriors such as Schultz as well as Stanley Cup Champion Eric Godard, and Minnesota Wild forward Dany Heatley.

The Warriors are expecting about 120 golfers out for the day.

Proceeds from the golf tournament will go towards West Kelowna Minor Hockey, Kid Sport, and the Warriors Alumni Fund.

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