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