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Starhawks Youth Hockey awarded grant by Mass Hockey

(Back row, l to r) Mike Dargin, Boston Bruins ICE School manager, Ellie Cheever, chair of the Mick Cheever Grow Hockey Development Program, Mass Hockey President Keri-Anne Allan, Bob Sweeney, Boston Bruins Alumni President, (front row, l to r) Tom Songin, former Boston Bruins player, and Mark Macaulay and Zach MacDonald of the Starhawks Youth Hockey program. (Photo/submitted)

(Back row, l to r) Mike Dargin, Boston Bruins ICE School manager, Ellie Cheever, chair of the Mick Cheever Grow Hockey Development Program, Mass Hockey President Keri-Anne Allan, Bob Sweeney, Boston Bruins Alumni President, (front row, l to r) Tom Songin, former Boston Bruins player, and Mark Macaulay and Zach MacDonald of the Starhawks Youth Hockey program. (Photo/submitted)

NorthboroughStarhawks Youth Hockey has been recognized as a 2014-2015 Mike Cheever Grow Hockey Development Program grant recipient by Mass Hockey. The program is designed to fund youth hockey programs to encourage the growth and retention of hockey players across the state. The award will assist the Starhawks program in lowering the costs for local hockey players.

Starhawks Youth Hockey offers Learn to Skate and Learn to Play Hockey programs to help get youngsters on the ice. It is sanctioned by USA Hockey and Mass Hockey, providing programs for Hudson, Milford, Northborough and surrounding towns.

More information is available on our website www.starhawks.net.

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