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Skating to Grow Visually Impaired Hockey Porgrams

inlineskater.jpgHockey is one of Canada's great national past-times. Though many people assume people who are visually-impaired can't play because it is too dangerous.

Mark DeMontis lost most of his eyesight at 17, but the top notch player kept playing, and dedicated himself to getting other visually impaired players on the ice.

Now he is skating from Halifax to Toronto to raise funds for his charity.  Courage Canada helps start hockey programs for visually impaired players acorss the country.


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Here's a link to Mark's website Courage Canada.

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