The Duluth Denfeld Boys Hockey Team is doing their Second Annual Sponsor A Jersey to raise money to benefit 23rd Veteran and if you want a unique jersey, you have to act now.

They started this endeavor last year and it has become a popular event. It works like this. The individual, business, or organization sponsors a jersey. You can have whatever number you want to be put on the jersey, you can have your name, business name, or organization's name put on the back and they are worn on a night the team honors the military.

Jersey's are in the style of camouflage and all the proceeds go to help the 23rd Veteran organization. 23rd Veteran helps military soldiers that have come back from duty and integrate them back into civilian life. They are used to having certain skill sets and have to learn the skill sets needed to live a life in the public again. We lose many people from all walks of the military to suicide because they find it hard to return.

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The 23rd Veteran website describes the program as a unique 14-week full-exposure and holistic approach to removing the negative effects of trauma. 100% of graduates have reported living a happier and higher quality of life. Many graduates have returned to the workforce, healthier family lives, and stronger contributors to their community.

Here is the catch, you only have until noon December 16th, which is mere hours to sponsor these jerseys. Here is the post from the Duluth Denfeld Hockey Facebook Page. If you would like to sponsor a jersey, you can call Wendy Brennan at 218-590-6570 or message on the Facebook page

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This is an annual event that the DHS Hockey Boosters is hoping to grow and they would like to get more sponsors than they did last year.

Jersey's are in the style of camouflage and all the proceeds go to help the 23rd Veteran organization. 23rd Veteran helps military soldiers that have come back from duty and integrate them back into civilian life. They are used to having certain skill sets and have to learn the skill sets needed to live a life in the public again. We lose many people from all walks of the military to suicide because they find it hard to return.

The 23rd Veteran website describes the program as a unique 14-week full-exposure and holistic approach to removing the negative effects of trauma. 100% of graduates have reported living a happier and higher quality of life. Many graduates have returned to the workforce, healthier family lives, and stronger contributors to their community.

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