Colts charity game brings in food, money for food bank

Coaches, players and personalities pose for a pre-game photo during the second annual Cornwall Colts charity hockey game on Dec. 13, 2014. The event raised $720 and over 350 pounds of food for the St. Vincent de Paul Society. (Photo/Robert Lefebvre)

CORNWALL – A second annual Cornwall Colts charity hockey game has added to the St. Vincent de Paul food bank.

The event on Saturday at the Benson Center raised $720 and brought in over 350 pounds of food.

“The Colts organization is more than happy to assist St. Vincent de Paul especially heading into the Christmas season,” said Colts owner and head coach Ian MacInnis. “It’s an opportunity for us to give back to the community.”

The Cornwall Colts held a charity game for the St. Vincent du Paul Society. Making the cheque presentation are, from left, Ian MacInnis, Colts Owner & Head Coach, Ron Healy St Vincent de Paul and David Murphy, Marketing Colts & Benson Group. (Photo/Cornwall Colts)
The Cornwall Colts held a charity game for the St. Vincent de Paul Society. Making the cheque presentation are, from left, Ian MacInnis, Colts Owner & Head Coach, Ron Healy St Vincent de Paul and David Murphy, Marketing Colts & Benson Group. (Photo/Cornwall Colts)

As for the game, it ended in a lighthearted 10-10 tie.

The Colts are in action Thursday when they finish a home-and-home with Hawkesbury at the Ed Lumley Arena.

It’s also “Moe the Toe” night, celebrating Cornwall’s CFL Hall of Fame member Moe Racine.

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