Members of the Nobles boys and girls hockey teams unveiled special camouflage jerseys on Saturday for their respective games in a fundraiser to benefit the Massachusetts Soldiers Legacy Fund.
The fund helps children of fallen members of the Armed Forces.
Boys co-captain Matthew Harlow said he went to his coach, Brian Day, with the idea of a charity game and game across the MSL.
"This is truly a great cause to raise money for soldiers and their families. This is the least we can do for the men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice for us," Harlow said.
The fund was started by Peter Trovato in 2004.
Proceeds from donations at the games, a 50-50 raffle, the snack bar and other fund-raisers all benefited the MSL.
"He's a regular guy who has done an extraordinary thing," coach Day said. "Our government is asking a lot from our soldiers, but not much from our citizens. There are two things that we can give our kids and that is unconditional love and the best education possible."
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