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POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 27 Benefit Hockey 2007-2008 PANS All Stars vs Tim Hortons All Stars For fourteen consecutive years, the Tim Hortons All Stars have laced up their skates to tour the Maritime provinces. This team of retired pro and semi-pro hockey players battle against local law enforcement to raise much-needed funds for local charities. The crowds love the antics of the Tim Hortons All Stars, the Police love the challenge, and the groups who receive the funds are very grateful for the financial assistance to their programs. It really is a WIN-WIN situation! Our 9th Annual Benefit Hockey Game in New Glasgowheld January 23, 2008, raised over $6,000 in proceeds to support PANSʼ many activities in the area, including generous contributions made to Sutherland Harris Memorial Hospital - Veteranʼs Wing, the Aberdeen Hospital Palliative Care Society and the Tim Horton Children's Foundation. PANS presented the Tim Horton Childrenʼs Foundation with a donation of $1,000.00 to help send children in the area from economically challenged homes to a Tim Horton Summer Camp. PANS presented the Sutherland Harris Memorial Hospital - Veteranʼs Wing and the Aberdeen Hospital Palliative Care Society each with a cheque for $1,000.00. Left to right: Robert White, Trenton Chief of Police; Delaney Chisholm, New Glasgow Chief of Police; Amby Heighton, Stellarton Chief of Police. The Chiefs of Police attended the opening ceremonies of the 9th Annual Benefit Hockey Game in New Glasgow. Stellarton Chief of Police, Amby Heighton, drops the puck at the 9th Annual Benefit Hockey Game. Also present, were New Glasgow Chief of Police, Delaney Chisholm(left) and Trenton Chief of Police, Robert White (right).

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