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Oshawa Minor Equipment Swap
Submitted By Lynn Jennings on Monday, August 9, 2021
Oshawa Minor will be hosting an Equipment Swap on Thursday August 19 at Delpark Arena (North Parking Lot).  Donate what is no longer needed from 4pm-6pm and then pickup what you need between 6-8pm. 

Any questions please contact Julie Boyd at [email protected]

All unclaimed equipment will be donated to the First Nations Hockey Equipment Drive.  

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