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Kim Stewner letter: A sincere thanks from hockey team

I'm the manager of the Winnipeg-based Pembina Trail Twins AA Minor Peewee hockey team that visited Fargo-Moorhead over the weekend (The Shanley Cup). I have a little story to share with you of your fair city.

I'm the manager of the Winnipeg-based Pembina Trail Twins AA Minor Peewee hockey team that visited Fargo-Moorhead over the weekend (The Shanley Cup). I have a little story to share with you of your fair city.

Our bus broke down on Sunday morning at around 7:05 a.m. en route to a game at the Moorhead Youth Arena. We were stalled and maybe five minutes away from the arena. One of the parents had gotten off the bus and started to flag down vehicles to help us get our kids to the arena. Our game time to start was 7:45 a.m. Several vehicles stopped and helped our team to arrive at the arena on time for our game.

We, the hockey team and parents, are very grateful to those people who took the time out of their busy morning schedule to help fellow foreign citizens, and thank you for being great hosts to your fair cities.

Kim Stewner

Pembina Trail Twins

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AA Minor Peewee hockey team

Winnipeg, Man.

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