THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR SPONSORS

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Valarie and Bill Gutknecht

North Grenville Sports Hall of Fame

Re-Pete Sports

Kemptville 73’s

First Goal Pro Shop

Jonsson’s Independent

South Branch Elementary School

Township of North Grenville

Ottawa 67’s

Ottawa Senator’s Foundation

Ottawa Senator’s Alumni

Tim Horton’s Kemptville

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Team Donations

Novice C2 and Bantam C2 Panthers from the 2014/2015 hockey season

IP Fun Day donations from IP Sens and IP Flyers – 2016

IP Leafs and Novice C-1 from their leftover funds from 2015/2016 season

PeeWee C team and PeeWee B-1 Panthers – also their leftover funds for 2015/2016 season

Bantam B2 Panthers – 2015/2016 year – thank you for your team’s generous contribution

MANY THANKS TO ALL FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

A heartfelt thank you for the awesome donation from the anonymous donor of 2016!

Storm Novice House generously donated to the Fund this spring (2019)

Many thanks!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AdamSchoolPicsAdam Harlow died tragically on March 24, 2002 at the tender age of ten.

 

He began playing hockey in 1999 for the Kemptville Panthers and, like many children, suffered from low self esteem. In 2001, a very noticeable improvement came over him when he was chosen as his team's only goalie. This change was directly attributed to the camaraderie and team spirit provided by his team mates and the game of hockey, which became his greatest passion in life.

 

In 1999 both Adam and his best friend decided to join the Kemptville District Minor Hockey League to play on the same team. After registration, Adam called his buddy and was very discouraged to hear that his friend's family could not afford the high registration fees and therefore could not play. A very touching moment occurred when Adam innocently turned to his mother and asked if she could pay his friend's registration fees, too.

 

As a tribute, the "Adam Harlow Fellowship Fund" was created to help give Kemptville District children who would not otherwise be able to play hockey, the opportunity to learn and continue to enjoy the sport by financing their hockey registration fees.

 

Donations are welcome in supporting this very worthy cause.