Jumpstart Partners with Lace 'Em Up, News (Lakefield Minor Hockey)

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Jumpstart Partners with Lace 'Em Up
Submitted By Admin on Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Jumpstart has announced that it is once again partnering with the Lace 'Em Up Foundation.

This is an opportunity that will allow families to request up to an additional $1,000 for hockey registration fees from Lace 'Em Up Foundation for next season, above and beyond any Jumpstart support.

To apply for Lace 'Em Up or any other funding please click on "Registration" and "Payment Plan" from the Home page menu.  

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