WVC partners with Wenatchee Wild hockey for Knight at the Wild Feb. 10
JOINT NEWS RELEASE
February 7, 2023
Libby Siebens, community relations executive director, 509-682-6436 (Mon.-Thurs.)
Rachel Evey, WVC Foundation executive director, 509-682-6415
Wenatchee Valley College is partnering with Wenatchee Wild hockey for “Knight at the Wild” on Friday, Feb. 10 at the Town Toyota Center in Wenatchee. Ticket proceeds will go to support the WVC Foundation, which provides scholarships, emergency grants and more to students in need.
WVC students can purchase discounted tickets for $5 from the Associated Students of WVC at the Campus Life office. There is a limit of four tickets per student and tickets are first come, first served.
Those wishing to support the WVC Foundation can purchase tickets using this link to donate $3 of every ticket sold to the foundation general fund.
The Feb. 10 game is versus the Nanaimo Clippers from Canada. It will also feature bands from local high schools, including Ephrata High School. Two dozen WVC clubs and programs will be tabling in the Town Toyota Center concourse.
“We are excited to partner with the Wenatchee Wild to promote Wenatchee Valley College and support the WVC Foundation's mission,” said Rachel Evey, WVC Foundation executive director. “We haven't had Knight at the Wild in a few years. I hope students, alumni, and the community will come out for a fun night of hockey and WVC pride.”
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