On Saturday, January 26, members of the Detroit Red Wings Alumni Association will face off against the Oakland Jr. Grizzlies and Troy Sting, as well as the Troy Youth Hockey Association, at 7 p.m. at the Troy Sports Center located at 1819 E. Beaver Rd. in Troy.
The voice of the Detroit Red Wings, Karen Newman, will kick-off the festivities with a performance of the national anthem and Ken Rogulski of News/Talk 760 WJR will emcee the event. Following a brief program, legends of the Detroit Red Wings including Ted Lindsay, Dino Ciccarelli, Joey Kocur, Ed Mio and Dennis Hextall will take to the ice.
“The Bed & Bread Program continues to assist thousands of less fortunate across Metro Detroit,” said Mike Semanco, president and COO of the Hennessey Capital division. “This is Hennessey Capital’s seventh year supporting this great and worthwhile cause and we are honored to do so because The Salvation Army and its Bed & Bread Program is responsible for doing so much good for so many.”
Tickets are available for $12 per person by contacting Amy Howard at (248) 767-6151.
As a prelude to the Detroit Red Wings alumni game, a ‘Skate-a-thon’
All proceeds from these events will be presented at the 26th annual Salvation Army Bed & Bread Club Radiothon, airing live on News/Talk 760 WJR from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 22.
The Radiothon is the nonprofit’s largest fundraiser for the Bed & Bread Program.
About Hennessey Capital
Hennessey Capital provides revolving lines of credit secured by A/R, inventory, and equipment along with factoring of accounts receivable for small- and middle-market companies across the United States. Facilities range from initial invoicing to $5 million and beyond and are used as primary loan facilities, for restructuring current debt, and funding seasonal or incremental sales growth.
Learn more at www.hennesseycap.com or by calling (248) 658-1100.
About The Salvation Army Bed & Bread Program
The Salvation Army of Metro Detroit’s Bed & Bread Program serves more than 5,000 meals each day to men, women and children who would otherwise go without. That’s more than 1.8 million meals every year. In addition, The Bed & Bread Program provides shelter to more than 400 homeless individuals each night, nearly 160,000 nights of shelter annually.
The Salvation Army of Metro Detroit’s Bed & Bread Program is unique in that it serves many people via mobile soup kitchens. The Bed & Bread trucks are on the streets of Detroit 365 days a year making designated stops throughout the day.
Case managers traveling with the Bed & Bread program’s mobile feeding trucks also assist clients in receiving critical social services from The Salvation Army.
Join the Bed & Bread Club by making a tax-deductible donation by calling (248) 528-0760 or visiting www.salmich.org.