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You're invited to have dinner with Ted Nolan

Wednesday, January 09, 2013   by: Staff



All that kids can be… Dinner with Ted Nolan

United Way Sault Ste. Marie and District and the United Way Campaign Cabinet are honored to have Ted Nolan as a special guest speaker.

Tuesday, January 29, 2013 at 6 p.m.
Grand Gardens Banquet Hall
68 Dennis Street
Tickets are $20

Ted Nolan is currently the head coach of the Latvia Men’s National Ice Hockey Team.

Nolan is a past NHL player for the Detroit Red Wings and Pittsburgh Penguins and is a former head coach of the New York Islanders (NHL), Moncton Wildcats (QMJHL), Buffalo Sabres (NHL), and our very own Soo Greyhounds.

Ted and Sandra Nolan are the proud parents of Jordan Nolan of the Los Angeles Kings.

Nolan is also the founder of the Ted Nolan Foundation, which is committed to the healing process to renew and revitalize the mind, body and spirit of young people.

This event will be of interest to any young hockey players, coaches, fans, educators, and leaders.

Ted will share his experiences in motivating, encouraging, and inspiring youth to challenge themselves to surpass boundaries in not only sports but their community as well.

Tickets are $20 and include the special presentation by Ted Nolan and an excellent sit down dinner by the staff at the Grand Gardens.

For tickets visit 4 Seasons Collectibles in the Station Mall (Scotiabank Entrance) or the United Way Office located at 7A Oxford Street, Monday to Friday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

This fundraiser for the United Way Campaign is proudly sponsored by the Ted Nolan Foundation and the Grand Gardens.


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learningaswego 1/9/2013 1:44:26 PM Report

That should get a good turnout for the United Way.
SandyB 1/9/2013 2:58:43 PM Report

Don't feel bad Brandon.. they are your parents too...
Prrrrrrr 1/9/2013 3:09:22 PM Report

Humor? It's nice, but not sure where this will lead!
ginja 1/9/2013 3:31:42 PM Report

This is all good and all but I was gonna say the same thing as SanyB....they forgot to mention Ted's other son (Brandon)....poor kid, i'm sure he feels left out. Doesn't say much for the person(s) who's responsible for writing and publishing the story. :(
ti-guy 1/9/2013 4:16:24 PM Report

The only problem with United Way is that the president, Brian Galagher makes a base salary of 375,000$ along with 3 major credit cards and a few other benefits. I have no problem with Mr. Nolan fundraising whatsoever, although I wish it would be through a more honest charity. The worst offender is the Red Cross and the more honest charity is the Salvation Army. Look into it if you doubt.
DOMAR 1/9/2013 4:43:27 PM Report

Sure would love to go to something like that!! Wow what a inspiration THE NOLANS are!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
the machine 1/9/2013 4:43:36 PM Report

What happened here?

Did the comments become too nasty and the moderator removed them all?
What a BIG surprise!!!
Everytime there's a native issue/topic/event these comments always appear and the racists show their true colors from behind their computer screens.
Prejudice and racism is alive in ssm and will always be!
PNBNLV 1/9/2013 6:56:28 PM Report


As suggested I have looked it up. Your information is incorrect as it refers to the local community. Not only incorrect, but also harmful for the greater good of the lives of local residents.

For a better, more accurate picture, I suggest you browse CRA information, showing the salaries for United Way of Sault Ste. Marie staff.

Moreover, every dollar raised stays local, on average 82 cents from every dollar raised goes directly back to the community, 1 in 3 residents locally have contacted United Way for help, and the United Way funds approximately 48 programs, critical to the residents of Sault Ste. Marie and district.

Without these programs, geared towards health, poverty and children, the community is a lesser, poorer and sadder place in which to live.

I am proud to consider myself a Leader donor to this year's United Way campaign; I know my hard-earned money is being spent sensibly, bettering the lives of those who need help. I encourage other residents to not only disregard your misguided point of view, but also to support a very worthwhile and crucial charity.

beemop 1/9/2013 11:29:07 PM Report

The Animal Assistance Group is an animal rescue that is run solely by volunteers, fundraising events, and public donations.
We are proud to say no one gets a salary and every penny donated goes to the animals at our shelter.
sailingtheblueskies 1/10/2013 8:59:13 AM Report

I put a comment on here twice already but someone delites them..why

I asked why the Grand Gardens..we have alot more classier halls or restaurants ?

$20.00 PER PERSON..
How much per plate?
How much for the Hall?
How much are you paying Ted Nolan?
How much Money is actually going to the UNITED WAY !!!!

Please respond...
soohero 1/10/2013 12:51:53 PM Report

Somewhere, Bill Montague just ruined a pair of his pants.
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