Portage College's premier speakers' event, the Spirit of Community Partnerships Dinner, once known locally as the Sports and Education Dinner, is NOW scheduled for 24 March 2018.
FLASH SALE ON. Until Thursday (21 December 2017) noon you can purchase tickets (no reserved) for $100.00. That's a $50.00 discount on the normal retail of $150.00.
Why the discount? 2018 is our 50th birthday. You get to save $50.00. Spend $100.00 before Thursday noon if you want a full prime rib dinner and to hear from FIVE exceptional athletes prior to an evening of dancing!
Why FIVE exceptional speakers? 2018 is our 50th birthday. You know the food, you know the place, and you know the Spirit of Community Partnerships Endowment. But do you remember these FIVE: Dave Babych, Gerry Cheevers, Geraldine Heaney, Al Iafrate and Tiger Williams?
Get this experience as a X-mas stocking stuffer or New Year's gift! Purchase now and we'll get an early birthday gift, too. Last year we raised over $35,000. Wouldn't it be nice if we could do $50,000 in 2018?
This is going to be a hot stove discussion like no other! Our five speakers:
Dave Babych: Local Alberta boy born in Edmonton, AB. Played 19 NHL Seasons for a total of 1195 games. Most known for his time with the Winnipeg Jets and the Washington Capitals. Played for a total of 5 NHL teams.
Gerry Cheevers: Inducted into the hockey hall of fame in 1985, two time Stanley Cup winner with the Boston Bruins. Famous for his goalie mask where he added a stitch for every time he was hit in the mask with the puck.
Geraldine Heaney: Known as the female Bobby Orr and considered a pioneer in women's hockey. She is the third woman to ever been inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame (2013). She has also been inducted into the International Ice Hockey Hall of Fame and the Canada Sports Hall of Fame. She is a seven time World Championships Gold Medalist and two time Olympic Medalist, winning a Silver in Nagano in 1998 and a Gold in Salt Lake in 2002.
Al Iafrate: Once known to have the most feared shot in the NHL. His shot was clocked at 105.2 miles/hr at a NHL All Star game in 1993 and this speed record wasn't broken until 2009. He played 799 career NHL games most notably with the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Washington Capitals.
Tiger Williams: All-time leader in penalty minutes in the NHL. Played 962 games in the NHL most notably with the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Vancouver Canucks.
Call 1-866-623-5551 or drop by Student Services at any of our campus locations to get your tickets today.