Friday, February 09, 2001

Police-fire hockey game to benefit crisis group

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Cincinnati firefighters and police officers will face off against each other in a hockey game to raise money for a regional peer-support group.

        The Southwest Ohio Critical In cident Management team is made up of volunteer nurses, emergency medical technicians, officers, dispatchers and others who respond after emergencies to help local officials deal with stress and grief.

        For each $10 hockey ticket, $6 will go to the team.

        The firefighter-police officer scrimmage, at 4:30 p.m. March 2, will be followed by a game between the Mighty Ducks and Syracuse Crunch. Tickets can be ordered at 351-3999, Ext. 238.


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