The 2019 Guns ‘N Hoses Hockey Charity Classic is in its 18th year, and the fun day of hockey raises money to support widows and children of responders that have died in the line of duty, along with other great charities that help and lift others, including the Miracle Mascots Foundation, Utah Shriners Hospitals for Children and the University of Utah Burn Center Camp Nah Nah Mah. This year’s charity recipients are Elizabeth Romrell and her baby son (South Salt Lake Police officer David Romrell), Heather and 7-year-old Griffin Burchett (Draper Fire Department Battalion Chief Matt Burchett), and Mrs. Joseph Shinners and her young children. For more information on the game, Guns ‘N Hoses Hockey and opportunities to get involved, visit the Utah Guns and Hoses Hockey Facebook page. Guns ‘N Hoses Hockey is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and a Utah registered non-profit charity so ticket purchases, sponsorships, and donations are tax deductible.
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