Sartell won $10,000 in the Kraft Hockeyville contest to improve the local arena

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Sartell won $10,000 in the Kraft Hockeyville contest to improve the local arena

The home of the Sartell Sabres, Bernicks Arena.

The home of the Sartell Sabres, Bernicks Arena.

Carlie Hansen

The home of the Sartell Sabres, Bernicks Arena.

Carlie Hansen

Carlie Hansen

The home of the Sartell Sabres, Bernicks Arena.

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Sartell Bernick’s Arena was nominated in the 2019 Kraft Hockeyville Competition. Each January, Kraft Hockeyville invites communities to submit stories of rallying fans. The judges then read and analyze each story, worth 80% of the community’s total score, and the rallying activity, worth 20% of the total score, to seat the top four finalists. The four communities that advanced on to the public voting round were Calumet Colosseum in Calumet, Michigan; Wexford County Civic Center in Cadillac, Michigan; Eagle River Sports Arena in Eagle River, Wisconsin; and Bernick’s Arena, right here in Sartell. 

The winner of the 2019 Kraft Hockeyville title went to Calumet, Michigan. They have the honor of hosting an NHL pre-season hockey game and will receive $150,000 in upgrades for Calumet Colosseum.

Click here to see previous Kraft Hockeyville winners.

Sartell Bernick’s Arena won $10,000 by taking second place in the voting. The money will go towards the estimated $2.9-million project to provide an open-air concept rink to allow for year-round, multi-sport use.

Click here to find the website associated with the voting poll.

Kraft Hockeyville goes through a process in order to choose communities. Click here to see the phases of nomination.

Click here to view Sartell’s video.

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Screenshot of the Kraft Hockeyville home page.

Over the years, Kraft Hockeyville USA has helped to rebuild and upgrade rinks across the nation, but it’s you, the communities and families across the United States, that have come together to keep the spirit of the game alive and well.

 

 

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