Brandon, MB – Assiniboine Community College Students’ Association and Assiniboine Community College Police Studies class are pleased to announce this years’ fourth annual Road Bash Road Hockey Tournament will be in support of Diabetes Canada. All registration fees, raffle prize funds and profits from the event will go to Diabetes Canada to help send kids with type 1 diabetes to D-Camp this summer. The goal is to raise over $5000.
The Road Bash is a road hockey tournament organized and hosted by the Assiniboine Community College Police Studies students and the Assiniboine Community College Students’ Association. A different local charity or non-profit is chosen to support each year. The event is open to community members ages 16+, to register teams of eight, to compete in a full day tournament in the parking lot of the Len Evans Centre for Trades & Technology. A beer gardens will be hosted in the shelter of the carpentry shop, along with a raffle table and food sales. This years’ event will take place on the 7th of April.
Last year the Road Bash raised just over $4,700 ($4,715.86) for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Brandon. Sponsors of the event included Scotiabank, Caring Companions, Team Kirkland Realty, Progressive Sanitation, Bee Clean Building Maintenance, Westman Communications, Montana’s, J&M Industries, Pizza Express and 94.7 Star FM.
Save the date, the registration for this years’ tournament will open in February. There will be upcoming announcements with further information about this years’ event.
Assiniboine Community College Police Studies Program: is an innovative program that helps students develop the skills they need for a professional career in protective services. The Police Studies students aim to make a difference in peoples lives though positive interactions in the community, and look forward to applying their skills to make the 2018 Road Bash a success. Contact: Luke Fehr, ACC Police Studies Student, firstname.lastname@example.org
Assiniboine Community College Students’ Association: is a non-profit organization, which exists to support students attending the college. Our mission is to encourage student success by being the voice of the students while enhancing the student life experience. Contact: Karleigh Paul, Events & Marketing Coordinator, email@example.com, 204-7258700 ext. 6644
Diabetes Canada: Diabetes Canada leads the fight against diabetes by helping those affected by diabetes live healthy lives, preventing the onset and consequences of diabetes, and discovering a cure. Contact: John LoRegio, Branch Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org