DAYTON, Ohio – The Dayton Bombers announced that the team will participate in a Habitat for Humanity project on Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., assisting other volunteers in completing a house for the Reynolds family of Dayton.
The Bombers are the ECHL affiliate of the Columbus Blue Jackets of the National Hockey League and the Syracuse Crunch of the American Hockey League.
“Habitat for Humanity is one of the great organizations out there, they do so much for their communities and we are just thrilled to be a part of this project to help them in this small way,” said Bombers head coach and general manager Don MacAdam.
The team will also present the Reynolds family with tickets to a Bombers game where the Reynolds children will participate in the ceremonial puck drop.
“All of us here at Habitat feel very fortunate to have the Dayton Bombers join us in our mission of providing safe, descent, affordable housing to families in need,” said Shawn Miller, manager of field operations for Dayton Habitat for Humanity. “The fact that they chose to spend this time with us in service to others during their busy hockey season shows true leadership in this community and should be an inspiration to us all.”