7th Annual Youth Hockey Fights for Kids with Autism
The Southwest Michigan High School Hockey League (SWMHSHL) and the Kalamazoo Optimist Hockey Association (KOHA) are once again partnering with Great Lakes Center for Autism Treatment and Research (GLC) to host the 7th annual Youth Hockey Fights for Kids with Autism event to raise funds for autism treatment and build autism awareness in our community.
Proceeds from the event will benefit Great Lakes Center for Autism Treatment and Research whose mission is to partner with individuals and families affected by autism to improve their quality of
life through effective and efficient diagnosis, assessment, and behaviorally-based treatment.
The 6th Annual Youth Hockey Fights for Kids with Autism raised $11,051.00. We are grateful for the partnership with KOHA and SWMHSHL!
Scott Schrum, Frank Noonan of Southwest Michigan High School Hockey League, Dennis McKee of Consumers Energy, Jeana Koerber, Darci Stevens,
Stephanie Dukesherer of Kalamazoo Optimist Hockey Association, Dianne Shaffer KOHA/SWMHSHL Board President, and Jim Rodbard ROI Board President.
Information about the 2018 KOHA/SWMHSHL event with WWMT News Channel 3. Click here for the video