Rotary member, Aart Donkers, is a leader in the Rotary $100 challenge. Teams of students from Summerland Secondary School Leadership class are given $100. With the $100 teams are challenged to create a fundraiser for a charity of choice and turn that $100 into more funds to be donated to their charity. They have till May. The teams will be invited to speak to Rotary at one of their meetings about their project.

Aart's Team Project
My team organized a Fun Charity Hockey Game between the PeeWees and All Stars. The All Stars were team put together from several sources by a hockey father of one of my team members. It consisted of parents and other enthusiasts! But of course, the All Stars were no competition for the PeeWees! It was a fun event with the PeeWees winning 5-4!

The game was held on Thursday, April 6th, at the Summerland Arena. Tickets for the event were only $5.00 and featured a raffle table and 50/50 tickets with all proceeds going to the Canadian Cancer Society.

Photos from the $100 Challenge Hockey Game - Peewees vs. All Stars
1) 100$ Team Members Jessica Michaud and Haylee Rolston selling raffle tickets to support the charity hockey game!
2) "Oh Canada", the teams are getting ready: the Peewees against the All Stars, a team composed of fathers and other enthusiasts, some of whom were good hockey players. The All Stars goalie was the father of Haylee Rolston, and her brother played in the Peewees
3) A scary situation for the Peewees, no score, a good defense
4) The Peewees score!
5) The spectators including Paul Barber
Great job, everyone!