Condors in the Community UpdateJune 25, 2013 - ECHL (ECHL) - Bakersfield Condors Press Release
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26:
The Condors have teamed up with the Kern County Library to make reading fun for students over the summer. Students who achieve their summer reading goals will receive free tickets to attend Condors games in the Fall. For more information on the KCL Summer Reading Program, click here.
The reading program continues this week at the southwest branch of Kern County Library with Slapshot and Community Relations Assistant Kelly Carter reading to and entertaining students, and handing out prizes from 11:30 a.m.- 1 p.m. The southwest branch is located at 8301 Ming Ave.
FRIDAY, JUNE 28:
SUMMER READING- RATHBUN BRANCH
The reading program continues on Friday as Kelly and Slapshot read to students and hand out prizes at the Rathbun Branch from 10:30 a.m. - noon. The library is located at 200 West China Grade Loop.
Invite us to your next event
From library appearances to Chamberpalooza to the Tehachapi Relay for Life and the Summer Fun Day at the Kern County Museum, the July calendar is filling up fast!! We want to attend your next event. For more information, click here or contact Kelly Carter in the Condors front office by calling 324-PUCK (7825).
Ticket packages for the 16th season of Condors hockey are on sale now, with plans starting at less than $8/month. Plus, we guarantee than we will make the playoffs or your tickets for 2014-15 are free! Call 324-PUCK (7825) or click here for more information.
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