Another round of fun fundraising will be taking place on ice during the second annual Falcon Cup tournament this December.

Nakusp to host second Falcon Cup Tournament

For a second year Nakusp will get to have some fun while supporting a good cause with the Nakusp Falcon’s Cup.

For a second year Nakusp will get to have some fun while supporting a good cause with the Nakusp Falcon’s Cup.  The tournament, a fundraiser for Nakusp Minor Hockey organized by Zac Wethal and Mark Macaulay, raised monies that went to the Novice team’s new jerseys last year. This year they are hoping for more help.

In last year’s games there were four teams, and this year the tournament is close to having five. If you’d like to take part, players must be over 19, have played Minor hockey in Nakusp, or currently live in Nakusp.

The draft will be taking place Dec. 20 at the Leland with teams being posted at 8 p.m. The tournament begins the next day and ends December 22.  There will be a raffle table, turkey toss (thanks to Overwaitea), and the regular delights featuring a 50/50 draw, the concession and beer gardens. So come on out and support a great fundraiser and have some fun cheering on the teams, including the novice team who will play before the final game.


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