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February 17, 2021 | by: jasonmacdonald

Cape Breton County Islanders selected as Finalist for Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup

Cape Breton County Minor Hockey Team Selected as Regional Finalist in Chevrolet Good
Deeds Cup for Joey Moss Project

Vote Today to Help Them Win $100,000 for the Cape Breton Down Syndrome Society

Coxheath, NS – Cape Breton hockey fans had something extra to celebrate during Saturday’s Hockey Night
in Canada game as the Cape Breton County Islanders U13 A Hockey Team was down selected as a Regional
Finalist in the Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup competition. The Islanders’ Joey Moss Project was one of 11
chosen across Canada who will now compete for the chance to win $100,000 for their Charity of Choice, the
Cape Breton Down Syndrome Society.

Until February 24, Cape Bretoners can vote on which team will advance to the top three by visiting
www.ChevroletGoodDeedsCup.ca. Individuals can vote once per day.
“The Joey Moss Project has been an incredible opportunity for our young players to think about the
importance of diversity and inclusion,” said Lynn Levatte, Team Manager for the Cape Breton County
Islanders, U13 A team. “This project has brought them closer as a team, while providing an opportunity
to learn more about the legacy of Joey Moss, a long-time hockey dressing room attendant for the
Edmonton Oilers who was born with Down Syndrome.”

Cape Bretoners are encouraged to vote daily online at www.ChevroletGoodDeedsCup.ca between now
and February 24th and share the link with any friends or family who are interested in voting as well. In
March, the winning team will be selected by a panel vote. Each top three teams will receive a total of
$5,000 to be donated to a registered charity of their choice. The winning team will receive a total of
$100,000 to be donated to a registered charity of their choice. The winning team will also have their
names engraved on the Good Deeds Cup to commemorate their incredible contribution for years to
come.

“This project has brought the team closer together and provided an opportunity for them to learn about
the importance of giving back to their community,” says Gerald Marks, Head Coach, Cape Breton County
Islander U13A team. “We are really proud of their efforts and hope the community will support their
project by voting daily.”

The Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup empowers Canadian minor hockey teams to raise their communities up
to inspire and create a movement of good. For more information on the program visit at
www.ChevroletGoodDeedsCup.ca or following along on social at #GoodDeedsCup.