Win big at Cambrian’s Night with the Wolves

Posted on Friday February 17, 2017

Cambrian College’s First Generation (FGEN) Advising program is inviting high school students, as well as Cambrian students, faculty, staff, and alumni to rally together with their families and friends for Cambrian Night with the Sudbury Wolves on Friday, March 17 at 7 p.m.

This year’s event will benefit the community’s less fortunate by boosting donations to the College’s Student Food Bank, the Samaritan Centre, and the Share a Book campaign.

Tickets are available at the FGEN office (room 2120) at Cambrian College for $5 or for a donation of two new or gently used children’s books. Cash proceeds from the ticket sales at the FGEN office will be donated to the Student Food Bank. The books will be distributed to community food bank locations through the Share a Book campaign.

Support a worthy cause & win!

Guests should arrive at the game early for the best giveaways! The first 500 attendees will receive a Cambrian College toque. The first 1,000 guests will receive a pair of socks to toss into a 50th-anniversary edition 2017 Chevrolet Camaro convertible that will be making the rounds on the ice during the second-period intermission. The first attendee whose socks land in the car will win a GoPro video camera.  All of the socks will be donated to the Samaritan Centre. Raffle tickets to enter a draw to win the Camaro convertible will also be available for purchase at the arena on game night.

Date:                     Friday, March 17, 2017
Time:                     7 – 10 p.m.
Location:              Sudbury Arena, 240 Elgin Street, Sudbury

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Alison Caruso
First Generation Advising Program (FGEN) Coordinator
705-566-8101, ext. 6803
Lynn Bulloch
Communications Officer
Cambrian College
705-566-8101, ext. 6375



Shield women extend their season and playoff hopes

Posted on Thursday February 16, 2017

With their collective backs against the wall, on February 11 and 12, the Cambrian Golden Shield women came out swinging. And as any good volleyball coach will tell you, it’s almost always a good idea to keep …

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