Playworks DC’s Hockey Extravaganza

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On October 29, 2018, Playworks DC teamed up with Monumental Sports and Entertainment Foundation to bring our annual Hockey Extravaganza to Payne Elementary School. Students had a chance to learn hockey drills from Madison Bowey and Brett Connolly of the Washington Capitals, as well as Playworks coaches.  Between the four stations of hockey skills, games, and activities, students learned how to hold sticks, shoot pucks, and build positive relationships. As MSE Foundation Manager Kelly Compton puts it,”we understand the power of sports and it’s important to show that teamwork and inclusion are part of our professional lives as well because play brings people together.” 

Watch the video about the event.

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