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Greater Fort Erie Minor Hockey Association


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  • Hockey WA is the organization responsible for the sport of Field Hockey in the state of Western Australia, Australia. Hockey WA is represented in the Australian Hockey League competition by the SmokeFree WA Thundersticks and the SmokeFree WA Diamonds.
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  • Fort Erie (2006 population 29,925) is a town on the Niagara River in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. It is located directly across the river from Buffalo, New York.
  • Fort Erie was the first British fort to be constructed as part of a network developed after the Seven Years' War (or in the United States the French and Indian War) was concluded by the Treaty of Paris (1763) at which time all of New France had been ceded to Great Britain.
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  • Lesser in importance, seriousness, or significance
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greater fort erie minor hockey association - The Siege
The Siege of Fort Erie August 1st - September 23rd, 1814
The Siege of Fort Erie August 1st - September 23rd, 1814
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Fort Erie
Fort Erie
We went up to stay at Fort Erie to play a ridiculous amount of King Monkey. Also? Laura wore really ugly pajama pants.
Fort Erie
Fort Erie
Fort Erie was the site of one of the bloodiest battles during the War of 1812. © Laura Watilo Blake

greater fort erie minor hockey association
greater fort erie minor hockey association
Charlie Woodchuck is a Minor Niner
Charlie Woodchuck is the most minor of niners. She's the youngest girl at Snowy Cove High School, and so clueless, she wore leg warmers and acid-wash jeans on her first day. Big mistake! Almost as big a mistake as signing up for a boys-only shop class.

Just when she thinks the first week of high school can't get any more weird, Charlie discovers she may be adopted. According to the genetics section in her Science textbook, her eyes should be blue, not brown.

Before she graduates from the ninth grade, the girl with the boy's name and the wrong eye color will employ her detective skills to discover her true identity. She'll use power tools to build fantastical wood creations, and before the year ends, she'll face down the biggest bullies of all: the all-powerful members of Snowy Cove's School Board.

Book length: 40,000 words (170 pages in print)
Recommended for: Ages 12+ Contains occasional mild swearing.

Charlie Woodchuck is the most minor of niners. She's the youngest girl at Snowy Cove High School, and so clueless, she wore leg warmers and acid-wash jeans on her first day. Big mistake! Almost as big a mistake as signing up for a boys-only shop class.

Just when she thinks the first week of high school can't get any more weird, Charlie discovers she may be adopted. According to the genetics section in her Science textbook, her eyes should be blue, not brown.

Before she graduates from the ninth grade, the girl with the boy's name and the wrong eye color will employ her detective skills to discover her true identity. She'll use power tools to build fantastical wood creations, and before the year ends, she'll face down the biggest bullies of all: the all-powerful members of Snowy Cove's School Board.

Book length: 40,000 words (170 pages in print)
Recommended for: Ages 12+ Contains occasional mild swearing.

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