Of Southeastern Pennsylvania
By: Youth Hockey Info
LANSDALE, PA. - LAST CALL!!! Looking for something fun to do on this dreary October Friday night? Why not come out and support your favorite Knights Ice Hockey players? It seems like an eternity has gone by but North Penn Knights Ice Hockey fundraising is back with their annual bingo fundraiser; all proceeds benefit the North Penn Knights Ice Hockey Program. Commonly advertised as NPIHA Designer Bag Bingo, this event typically sells out the Towamencin firehouse banquet hall, drawing hundreds of bingo enthusiasts looking to score fantastic designer handbags from the most well-known and popular designers in the industry. There will also be a raffle drawing for 12 baskets filled with extraordinary gifts, each basket is a $250 value. There will be light fare finger foods such as soft pretzels, popcorn, and donuts and common refreshments, Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, and water. Guests are permitted to bring their own food and refreshments, but no alcohol will be permitted. Tickets can be purchased online @ "Event Brite" or walk up at the door, the price at the door will be $40 which gets you fifteen bingo games, six cards per game.
LOCATION AND TIME
Where: Towamencin Volunteer Fire Company | 1590 Bustard Road Kulpsville, PA 19443
When: Tonight 7:00pm to 10:00pm | DOORS OPEN @ 6:00pm
SUBJECT TO SELL OUT NOTICE:
THERE ARE STILL TIX AVAILABLE AND THIS EVENT WILL SELL OUT. PLEASE BE AWARE IF THE EVENT IS SOLD OUT NO ADDITIONAL GUESTS WILL BE ALLOWED INSIDE.
Fundraising Director, Laura Yothers
Phone: call or text, 267-718-9673
email: [email protected]
The coaching staff at North Penn Ice Hockey is starting the 2022-2023 Suburban High School Hockey League with a clean slate. The game plan is clear, and concise, "they're here to win". Looking to rebound from last season, the Knights kicked off camp in September incorporating off ice training, and team bonding activities. With the covid measures of the past two seasons causing all kinds of havoc with player scheduling and management the club wanted to get started early in order to instill structure and cohesiveness. The objective is simple: to get everybody on the same page and to understand one another, their roles and expectations the coaching staff has for each individual in order to execute at game time as a team. The Knights practice twice a week through September and October and begin their preseason next week. The regular season begins November 2nd.
The Pennsbury Falcons faced off in a pre-season scrimmage against the Avon Grove Red Devils on Monday night and won in OT 4-3