Eagles jersey auction to support Megan Senn

Auction to take place during Oct. 16 and 17 games.

The Sicamous Eagles will be auctioning off specially-designed jerseys in support of Megan Senn.

The Sicamous Eagles will be back in the pink for a cause.

On Oct. 16 and 17, when they host the Chase Heat and the 100 Mile House Wranglers, the Eagles will be wearing specially made black jerseys with emblazoned with a pink ribbon in support of Megan Senn, a local youth who is battling leukemia at Vancouver Children’s Hospital.

Eagles general manager Wayne March said  the jerseys will be auctioned off, and money raised will go to Senn’s family.

Bidding on the jerseys will start on the night of Oct. 16 and finish on 17th of at the end of the second period. Bids can be submitted via text message to 1-250-517-9243, or emailed to fred77@telus.net. There will also be bidding sheets available at both game. “Lets make this work for Megan and her family,” said March.

 

 

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