Hants County ‘Tim­bits’ de­light au­di­ence as they prac­tice skills at ju­nior B game

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Chil­dren learn­ing to skate through the Tim­bits Mi­nor Sports Pro­gram en­ter­tained the crowd gath­ered to watch the last reg­u­lar sea­son home game of the Val­ley Maple Leafs re­cently.

The chil­dren, with the as­sis­tance of a few ju­nior B hockey play­ers, took to the ice in be­tween pe­ri­ods to show off their skills in a fun, re­laxed game.

The Tim­bits Mi­nor Sports Pro­gram pro­vides chil­dren aged four to nine the op­por­tu­nity to learn a sport and play for fun. The fo­cus is not on win­ning or los­ing. Ac­cord­ing to Tim Hor­tons’ web­site, the com­pany sup­ports more than 30,000 chil­dren in Canada and the United States in sports such as hockey, soc­cer, ringette, lacrosse, soft­ball and base­ball.


Young­sters showed off their skills in front of a large crowd gath­ered to see the Val­ley Maple Leafs play their last reg­u­lar sea­son home game of 2017-18.


These two chil­dren were ea­ger for the face off while the rest of their team made their way onto the ice.


The Val­ley Maple Leafs’ goal­tender, Christo­pher Clokie, had his skills put to the test when the Tim­bits took to the ice.


Hants County chil­dren who are learn­ing to play hockey through the Tim­bits Mi­nor Sports Pro­gram took to the ice at the Hants Ex­hi­bi­tion Arena for a fun game re­cently.

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