Players need support of fans

Your very own Summerland Steam Junior B hockey team is having its most successful year ever.

Dear Editor:

Your very own Summerland Steam Junior B hockey team is having its most successful year ever.

It is very disappointing to see all of the hard work these young men put into representing Summerland on and off the ice, not be reciprocated by supporting them at their home games.

With the final regular season games coming up before playoffs, you can give them a huge lift by showing your support for this team and getting out to their games to loudly cheer them on.

The Steam are currently in second place with first place Kelowna in their crosshairs.

Your loud cheering is the final ingredient this team needs to push it over the top.

This team is proud to represent Summerland and work hard every day doing so.

To the loyal fans who do attend, it is greatly appreciated. It’s time for more of Summerland to step up and show this team you are behind them.

I guarantee it will cause them to work even harder to make you proud.

Let’s go Summerland. Your team needs you.

Barry Huber

Summerland

 

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