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HOPE Educational Program and Hockey Game
Charlotte Checkers vs Binghamton Devils
Saturday, March 17, 2018 – 4:00pm
Followed by Hockey Game at 6:00pm
2700 East Independence Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28205
Attention all families who have a child with a bleeding disorder! Join Hemophilia of North Carolina (HNC) and Drugco for an exciting event as part of HNC’s HOPE Program for families with young children with bleeding disorders as we watch the Charlotte Checkers “Light the Lamp,” and we hope win with lots of goals scored. “Light the lamp” is a hockey phrase for scoring goals and lighting up to the lamp when a goal is scored.
Prior to the hockey game, we will learn about the importance of staying healthy and active with a bleeding disorder. Participate in an open, town-hall conversation led by Lee Houston and Jecorei Lyons from Drugco, about the importance of physical activity and participating safely with a bleeding disorder. After the presentation, we will go to the “On-Ice Suite” where we will enjoy food and an exciting hockey game right in front of the boards. It will feel like you are part of the action! The “on-ice suite” is an area on the floor of the arena, next to the rink. There will be tables and seats so that we can enjoy the hockey game together.
Priority registration will be given to HNC members who have a child 12 and under with a bleeding disorder.
This event is being offered free to all HNC members. Because of space constraints, priority will be given to HNC members who are unaffiliated with home care, pharmaceutical, and other related industries. If your group includes more than four persons, please contact the HNC office before registering.
optional: After the educational presentation is complete, attendees will have an opportunity to speak with Drugco Health representatives about products and services they offer to the community.
PLEASE NOTE: Information about this company's products and services is being provided as a public service only. As a non-profit advocate for the bleeding disorders community, Hemophilia of North Carolina does not endorse any treatment products, manufacturers, home care services, or individual medical providers.
Questions? Contact the HNC office at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 919-319-0014 or toll free at 800-990-5557.