First Responders Appreciation Night With The Titans January 24th
(Kitchener, ON) - The KW Titans, part of the National Basketball League of Canada since 2016, are proud to announce a First Responders Appreciation Night on January 24th at 7:00 PM taking on the Cape Breton Highlanders at the Kitchener Auditorium.
This game will showcase the region's appreciation of local first response agencies and emergency services organizations by serving as a unique fundraiser for the Waterloo Region's Children's Safety Village. Tickets for this game are available at a promotional price of $12.50 (50% off the regular ticket price), with $2.50 per ticket being donated to The Children's Safety Village.
Bryan Larkin, Chief of Police of the Waterloo Regional Police Service, and Magnet Forensics will join fans to celebrate the men and women who serve as First Responders in the Kitchener-Waterloo community - all while cheering on their KW Titans and enjoying a night of exciting basketball, fan giveaways and friendly competition.
"We are honoured to be invited to this event and to be recognized by the incredibly talented KW Titans team and their fans," said Bryan Larkin, Chief of Police. "We look forward to joining other first responders who work tirelessly to keep members of Waterloo Region safe. It is our privilege to serve this great community and we look forward to coming together to cheer on our local NBL Canada players."
The Children's Safety Village is a hands-on educational facility designed to bring safety messages to over 20,000 Grade 1-6 students each year. In partnership with the Waterloo Regional Police Service and the Regional Fire Services, the village features interactive police and fire classrooms, complete with working traffic lights, a roundabout, and an apartment equipped with smoke alarms and fire escape ladder.
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