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Know a senior who is a huge Hounds fan? Send them to the Best Seats in the House

Nominations are now open for January's Best Seats in the House tickets
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It's time for our monthly Best Seats in the House giveaway!

Each month SooToday partners with our friends at Mio's Furniture Fashions to give two tickets to the Best Seats in the House to deserving community members. 

The recipients of the tickets will enjoy a Soo Greyhounds game in style, seated in two leather La-Z-Boy recliners from Mio's Furniture Fashions, with a prime view of the on-ice action.

This month, we would like to send some special seniors to the games. 

If you know a senior who has contributed to our community in a meaningful way, is a huge Hounds fan, or just happens to be an all-around great person who deserves a special night out, let us know by filling out this quick form

We will be choosing four people from the nominations to surprise with tickets to the Best Seats in the House.

One nominee will be selected for each of the following games: Jan. 9, Jan. 11, Jan. 12, and Jan. 26.

Nominate someone today to give them a game night to remember. Nominations close end of day on Friday, Jan. 4.

Our call for nominations for December's seats were for hardworking and dedicated teachers and coaches in our city. We asked for local heroes, and you delivered!

Some of the people who sat in the special seats last month include:

Scott MacDonald, a teacher at White Pines who is known for going out of his way to ensure students and staff feel valued and important. He listens and encourages, and goes above and beyond the call of his job each day.

Rob and Heidi Zagordo, a couple that teach at St. Mary's High School who have dedicated countless hours to coaching, mentoring, student council, and other extra-curricular projects. They are highly regarded by students and their families for their ongoing dedication.

Lisa Scullino, an early childhood educator in a kindergarten class at Anna McCrea, who is a loving and kind educator who is adored by the children in her classroom. Lisa's warm and welcoming demeanour makes every child in the room feel important. 




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