PHOTO: Go Hosers!

Clearwater Hosers Old Timer hockey club has had the good fortune to be able to give to a number of good causes over the years

Members of Clearwater Hosers Old Timer hockey club pose for a team photograph.

Members of Clearwater Hosers Old Timer hockey club pose for a team photograph during a Christmas pizza night game held Dec. 18.

Pictured are (left to right , back to front) Ken McKay,  Lyle MacKenzie, Wade Elliot, Roger Mayer, Fred Menzel, Robert MacKenzie, Ken Robinson, Sylvain Menard, Ken Kram, (REF) Sheldon Musselman, Dean Sjodean, Randy Hedlund, Gary Goodie, Barry Pendergast ?  , James Wilkinson, Joel Steinberg, Seppi Wadlegger, Hans Wadlegger, Kurt Osmond, Guy Holland, and Kurt Dodd. Front centre is special guest Keisha Johnson (many regular players missing from the photo).

Organizers encourage those over 35 to come on out and show the present team members how it’s done!

The team’s main goals are fun and exercise, but also has had the good fortune to be able to give to a number of good causes over the years through game proceeds.

Photo by Linda Mackenzie

 

 

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