Raffle helps keep youth hockey prices affordable

Dec 10, 2013
From left, Jeremy Lindberg, Maine Sport assistant manager, Billy Kurzious, Alex Kurzious, Ethan Butler, Abby Butler, Stephen Christie, MCSA vice president.

Rockport — On Dec. 8, Maine Coast Skaters Association hosted its annual raffle ticket drawing at the Maine Sport storefront in Camden.

This annual raffle ticket program raises money specifically to keep tuition costs as low as possible for youth players and helps fund the MCSA scholarship program.

MCSA is a local non-profit youth hockey program currently supporting nine youth hockey teams and 150 players ranging from ages 3 to 15.

Maine Sport is the sole sponsor of the raffle ticket program this year, donating a $500 gift card to the first prize winner. It is this partnership and generosity that helps keep the youth program going.

The winner of the $500 Maine Sport gift card is Kim Tolley.

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