Wolves host fundraiser for Hannah Miller

Westshore Wolves hockey team to raise money for BC Children's Hospital in honour of 6-day-old Saanich girl that died

The Westshore Wolves hockey team is donating part of its ticket sales from tonight’s game (Feb. 12) to BC Children’s Hospital, in honour of Hannah Miller.

Hannah died in December at just six days old after being born with congenital lung and heart defects. Her parents, Saanich residents Isaac Miller and Jessica Lambrick, say they will raise money in memory of their daughter for the rest of their lives.

The hockey game happens at 7 p.m. at Bear Mountain Arena (1767 Island Hwy.). Adult tickets are $9. There will also be live and silent auctions to raise funds for BC Children’s. To donate directly visit tinyurl.com/mh5sg3p.

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