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Roadrunners, Oro Valley Rotary Club to Host Food Drive for IMPACT of Southern Arizona

By: Tucson Roadrunners
 
 
TUCSON, AZ – The Tucson Roadrunners, proud American Hockey League affiliate of the Arizona Coyotes, are set to host a food drive to benefit IMPACT of Southern Arizona in partnership with the Oro Valley Rotary Club at the team’s next home game, this Friday, December 7.
 
Fans are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items to Tucson Arena, where they can place them in donation bins upon arrival prior to the evening’s game. All items collected will be donated to IMPACT of Southern Arizona, which will distribute them to Southern Arizona families in need this holiday season.
 
Tickets for the game, which begins at 7:05 p.m. against the Ontario Reign, are on sale now HERE.  
 
Fans will receive an Ugly Sweater T-Shirt Giveaway courtesy of Bank of the West. It’s also the Roadrunners second College Night of the season, which offers students the opportunity to purchase a package for just $25 including one (1) ticket, one (1) Roadrunners hat and two (2) drinks. For more information on the College Night package, click HERE.
 
About IMPACT of Southern Arizona
 
IMPACT of Southern Arizona is a Social Service Nonprofit that provides emergency services, stretches household budgets, moves people out of poverty, improves lives and inspires futures. With less than a dozen staff members, but more than 170 volunteer shifts every week and a large amount of community partners, IMPACT of Southern Arizona invests more than $2.5 million dollars into the community every year, helping thousands of low to moderate income families and inviduals.
 
Oro Valley Rotary Club
 
As a 501(c)3 and 4 organization, Oro Valley Rotary is a networking club that enhances health, improves education, and reduces poverty in our community and around the world.  For additional information, visit www.orovalleyrotary.org.
 
On-The-Ice
 
The Tucson Roadrunners remain in second place within the American Hockey League’s Pacific Division, riding a point streak of four straight games. The team will play in their fifth I-8 Border Rival matchup Wednesday night in San Diego, when they take on the Gulls, AHL affiliate of the Anaheim Ducks.
 
Tucson forward Conor Garland was recalled by the Arizona Coyotes Monday morning. The team’s leading scorer (Eight Goals, 11 Assists, 19 Points in 18 Games) has multiple points in seven games this season, including back-to-back in the team’s two most recent games against Ontario.