New Jersey State Police Hockey Club Teams Up with Camden County Warriors Public Safety Hockey Team for Charity Game.
In Memory of the late Richard Desmond, Retired Police Sergeant and Former President of the Camden County Emerald Society Pipes and Drums Band
Founded in 2013, the Camden County Warriors Public Safety Ice Hockey team is a group of hardworking local police officers, firefighters, EMTs, 9-1-1 dispatchers and military personnel committed to public service and helping those in need both on and off the ice.
Founded in 1985, the New Jersey State Police Ice Hockey Club is comprised of members of the New Jersey State Police Department and further supports the communities they serve by raising both awareness and funds for various charities around the state.
All proceeds raised from this charity game will be donated to each team’s selected charities – lung health and lung transplant patients at Temple University Hospital (Warriors) and the family of Abby Ryan, the young daughter of NJ Trooper Kevin Ryan, diagnosed with a life-threatening brain tumor (NJSP).
WHEN: Saturday, March 23, 2019 - 6:00 p.m.
WHERE: The Igloo at Mount Laurel, 3033 Fostertown Road, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
COST: This game is FREE and open to the public – donations are encouraged, and will be accepted at the door (suggested amount: $10).
- The National Anthem, performed by Lyz King
- 50/50 and Chinese auction baskets, with proceeds going to both team’s charities of choice
- Team t-shirts for purchase
- Competitive, fun, entertaining game of hockey!
For more information, contact the Camden County Warrior’s Brain Santora at 856-316-6286 or [email protected].