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The Rampage & Hardy Oak Elementary School Stick With Reading



The Rampage kicked off their Stick With Reading, brought to you by The UPS Store by stopping by Hardy Oak Elementary School! Mark Cullen and Bill Thomas visited with the first grade class, reading "Z is for Zamboni: A Hockey Alphabet" and showing the classroom all of the equipment used during a game and signing autographs.

To view exclusive pictures of the Stick With Reading event, please click here.

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Don't forget about the children's book drive this Saturday at the game! The book drive, in partnership with The UPS Store, is where fans can drop off any new or gently used children’s books in the collection bins at each of the arena entrances. Fans who donate a children’s book will receive a Rampage bookmark and a complimentary ticket to a future Rampage game.

About Stick With Reading, brought to you by The UPS Store
The Rampage have initiated their “Stick with Reading” program, brought to you by The UPS Store, which is designed to reward classes that have met their reading goals and to encourage students to spend more time reading. Teachers have the opportunity to nominate their class to win a Rampage player visit. The program is eligible for grades 1st-5th and selected classrooms will enjoy a visit from a Rampage player who will read a hockey-themed book to the classroom. Students will receive Rampage goodie bags and have an opportunity to try on hockey equipment, get player autographs and take a classroom photo with the player.



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