Fun Day

2016

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Our six teams of ringette players raised over $13,300 for the Alberta Cancer Foundation.

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The Gayle Shaw Memorial ERC Fun Day is a fun mini-game tournament, mixing players into teams of all age levels and raising funds for cancer research.

2015

Thanks to our players for collecting $12, 261 in donations in 2015 for the Alberta Cancer Foundation! Another record broken.

Place a Donation On LineAlbertaCancerFoundation

Everyone can make a donation on line to the Alberta Cancer Foundation. Just click this Donate link. To support a player, just put their name in the comment section on the donation form.  Make a Donation online at our Alberta Cancer Foundation Event Page.

Get On A Team! Register now!

Players of all ages are invited to participate in this cancer fund raiser.

Registration Form

Email Fun Day Organizer

Team Donation Leader Board


Fund Raising for Cancer Research

Gayle Shaw was not only a great supporter of Ringette but of the fun that Ringette brought so many.  Gayle was taken from us while fighting cancer, so we find it only fitting that we raise funds for cancer research – and to show our support for victims of cancer while playing the game that Gayle loved so much.

Players download and print
Alberta Cancer Foundation Pledge Form

Make cheques payable to “Alberta Cancer Foundation

Event Outline

  • 6 mixed teams  comprising players from Bunny to Open

  • 9 Minutes Run Time games with 1 minute warm-up before each game

  • Teams must be ready to play at scheduled time

  • Stoppages for violations or penalties only

  • Violations will result in loss of possession

  • Penalties will result in penalty shot

  • Goalie ring will resume play following a goal

  • Fund Raising: Support Cancer research and enjoy a fun ringette mixer tournament


2014 Fun Day raised
$10,764
for Canadian Cancer Society!

2014 Fun Day


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Here is the image that sums up the day.

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Liat Goldberg Perrott (L) and Hannah Giles (R) played the final game as the two junior players with the most donations pledged.

We thank West Edmonton Mall for donating

the Ice Palace for this event

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