More than 500 supporters came out to show their love and respect for community volunteer Harry Hunt and his family at the Jan. 15

Packed arena for Harry Hunt Appreciation Night

More than 500 supporters came out to show their love and respect for community volunteer Harry Hunt and his family



More than 500 supporters came out to show their love and respect for community volunteer Harry Hunt and his family at the Jan. 15, 2014 Kodiaks Junior B Hockey game against North Vancouver Wolf Pack at Aldergrove Arena.

Harry Hunt lost his partner of 48 years, Betty, to cancer on Jan. 4, and Harry and daughter, Laura, have also been undergoing major surgeries and treatments in recent months.

The Harry Hunt Appreciation Night was a true community effort and not only raised a considerable sum to assist the family’s expenses but also was a huge morale boost for Harry and his family.

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