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Hershey Bears To Host THON Game January 2

As students enjoy the rest of their winter break, they have the opportunity to sit back and enjoy a hockey game while simultaneously supporting THON.

At 3 p.m. on Sunday, January 2, the Washington Capitols AHL Club, the Hershey Bears, will face the Bridgeport Islanders at the Giant Center. $5 of every ticket will be donated to support THON 2022’s fundraising campaign.

Tickets to watch the game can be found using this link. Tickets are available for as low as $16 for upper-level seats, and as high as $24 for lower-level seats.

THON’s hockey fundraisers don’t stop in Hershey, though. Both the Philadelphia Flyers’ December 21 game against the Washington Capitals and New Jersey Devils’ December 19 game against the Pittsburgh Penguins will benefit THON, too.

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