Berkshire Bruins Offering Free Hockey Program

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Berkshire Bruins, a program of the Boys and Girls Club, are offering free hockey to children who enroll within the Mite Program (5-8 years of age, born on or after Jan. 1, 2004, with no prior year's registration with the program).
 
Returning players can also have their fees waived if they get a friend to join the program and play. New registrants must mention the returning player's name for credit to be received. Limit one waiver for returning player per new registrant.
 
The Mite Program offers ice time two to three times per week from November to March. Opportunities include basic instruction and fun cross-ice games. To register and find more information, visit the Berkshire Bruins website.
 
Note: Eligible players will not be charged any fees by the Berkshire Bruins and must obtain their own equipment. Players must also register with USA Hockey, the Berkshire Bruins and the Boys and Girls Club of Pittsfield ($10). If you need assistance with registration, or need direction in where to purchase equipment, contact Berkshire Bruins President Tom Rumbolt at attorneyrumbolt@verizon.net.
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