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Boxing Day Friends and Family Skate - 4:30pm at Memorial Arena
Submitted By Jack Brown on Tuesday, December 24, 2019
The Chatham-Kent AAA Cyclones will be hosting a Friends and Family open ice "shinny skate" on Boxing Day - 4:30pm at Memorial Arena. Everyone is Welcome!

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