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Power Play For Prevention

Bulldogs Raise Money and Awareness for Breast Cancer Research with the "Power Play for Prevention" Program

Since 2005, the Bulldog Hockey Program has raised $110,000.00

Since 2005, the Bulldog Hockey family has raised over $110,000 for breast cancer research and support.  We are proud to announce that we will be teaming up once again with the Yolanda G. Barco Oncology Institute in a “Power Play Partnership” for the 2017-2018 season.  Bulldog Hockey cares about our community and the Yolanda G. Barco Oncology Institute is a valuable local resource for patients dealing with breast cancer.  We are proud to partner with the Institute to help fund and maintain a breast cancer survivorship program that will directly assist patients in our area

We invite you to share our passion and commitment to this cause and believe that, together, we can make a game changing impact in people’s lives.  We have a couple options for you to help with the cause.

1.           If you choose to make a one-time donation, there is no need to wait until the end of the season, simply fill   

out the bottom portion of the letter and drop it in the mail with your check.

2.           If you would like to make a pledge based on the number of Power Play goals scored this season, please

return the bottom portion and you will be notified at the end of the season for the total amount due based on your pledge. 

All donations are tax deductible and 100% of all donations go directly to the Breast Cancer Survivorship Program at the Yolanda G. Barco Oncology Institute to support local breast cancer patients.  Please make checks payable to the “Power Play Partnership”.

We are striving to beat last year’s record of $11,000 (way to go 2016- 2017 Seniors!).  Meadville Bulldog Hockey is asking for your help to achieve this goal and continue to help fund the Breast Cancer Survivorship Program.

The women and families affected by breast cancer in our area are our friends, neighbors and family and they could use our attention, compassion and help when we are able to give it.

Thank you for your kind generosity.  See you at the rink,
2017 -2018 Bulldog Hockey Seniors

Luke English #7                      Alec Gizzie #21                     Brandon Gregg #27                     Cooper LeGuard #9     

Jacob Merriman #20               Ben Meure #2                         Cole Potase #5                             Dillon Steiner #28

Yes!  I will support the “Power Play Partnership” campaign and make a one-time donation of $____________

AND/OR

Yes!  I will make a pledge of $_______ ($2 - $5, $10) per power play goal this season. Last season we scored 38

power play goals.

Name_________________________________________________________________________­­_

Address________________________________________________________________________

Please make checks payable to “Power Play Partnership” and send to:
Alec Gizzie
218 Devore Drive
Meadville, PA 16335



Coach Jamie Plunkett and the Meadville Bulldog Hockey Program Honored

On Friday, November 12th, 2010, the Association of Fund-raising Professionals, NW Chapter of Pennsylvania, held its National Philanthropy Day Recognition Luncheon at the Lakeshore Country Club in Erie, PA. Meadville’s Coach Jamie Plunkett and the Meadville Bulldog Hockey Team were honored by receiving the Association’s Outstanding Young Philanthropist Award for their work with the Susan G. Komen for the Cure and the ifght against Breast Cancer.

Coach Plunkett was unable to attend the luncheon due to the death of his father. Assistant Coach Dick Holabaugh attended for Jamie along with the four senior members of the Bulldog Hockey Team; Dean Wisinski, Ty Sheehan, Gino Damasceno and Justin DeCoursey. Captains Dean Wisinski and Ty Sheehan spoke to the luncheon attendees about the Meadville Bulldog’s program to raise funds for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Power Play for Prevention.

They marked the luncheon as the kick-off for the Power Play for Prevention fund-raiser.




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