Wildcats take time out in the community
September 8, 2015
The Jersey Shore Wildcats of the NA3EHL are proud to announce in collaboration with 21 Plus, an organization that provides support, assistance and housing to disabled and mentally handicapped adults is teaming up together with the purpose of the community service to "connect" the Wildcats from different houses with yard work and simply giving back to the community by helping the local disables their quality of life.
The Wildcats are spent the day together doing yard work, cleaning etc ….and enjoying the beautiful weather during the Labor Day weekend.
This is what General Manager and Head Coach Eric Brule had to say about the Team’s community service: “It is always great to find the time out of our schedule to give back to the community and having the boys be together outside the rink."
"This is what the program is all about, not only from on the ice development but also for these young men to become great citizens of the community."
For more info regarding the 21 Plus org. please visit their website.
The Cats will be traveling to Huntsville, Alabama on Wednesday facing the NA3HL Point Mallard Ducks in exhibition Showcase Games.