By Kaitlyn Clark
The Haldimand Press
DUNNVILLE—The Dunnville PeeWee Reps have launched their video submission as they vie for one of the top 10 spots in the Good Deeds Cup for the first time. This is the third year for the national competition, which encourages PeeWee teams to have their “best season off the ice” by making an impact in their community.
“This challenge has been set to inspire young Canadians to be better people by promoting the positive values learned through hockey and acting on them by performing good deeds in their community,” said Shelley Dulmage, who helped organize the team’s entry.