Bantam Boys Clean up at Arena

The Bantam A1 Aldergrove Bruins are learning team building and leadership under coach Joe Cathcart — and it all starts by giving back.

The Bantam A1 Aldergrove Bruins are learning team building and leadership under coach Joe Cathcart — and it all starts by giving back.

The Bantam A1 Aldergrove Bruins are learning team building and leadership under coach Joe Cathcart — and it all starts by giving back.

On a recent weekend event, after a series of hard drills on the ice, Cathcart gave the boys big lawn bags and had them clean up weeds and garbage from around the Aldergrove Arena.

It’s the start of training these young men to give back to the community in a very tangible way.

This years A1 Bantam team consists of: Alex Walton, Brock Maccholz, Bryce Walton, Connor Galbraith, Darrel Hua, Ethan Matthews, George Brown, Grady Waters, Jordan VanAert, Josh Boelema, Kelton Richardson, Lewis Nikkel, Liam Silver, Massimo Ranallo, Thomas McManus, Tyson Lambert and Zane Bouchard.

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