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PLYMOUTH - Before the Plymouth Whalers hit the road this upcoming weekend with games on Thursday in Peterborough, Oshawa on Friday and Brampton next Sunday, the team will be busy in the community on Tuesday.

Both community events are potential photo opportunities for media outlets.

The Whalers will be going to Forest Elementary School in Riverview this Tuesday from 9-10 a.m. Plymouth players Wes Cunningham, Jared Boll, Ryan McGinnis, Andrew Fournier, Dan Collins, John Armstrong, Tom Sestito, Joe McCann, Steve Ward and Zack Shepley will all be in attendance.

Forest Elementary School is located at 19400 Hampton Street in Riverview, just south of Sibley Road.

Later on Tuesday, the Whalers will also be working as celebrity grillers and waiters at BD's Mongolian Grill of Novi from 6-8 p.m. Plymouth players Wes Cunningham, Jozek Sladok, Jared Boll, Evan Brophey, Kaine Geldart, Andrew Fournier, John Armstrong, Chris Terry, Tom Sestito, AJ Jenks, Joe McCann, Joe Gaynor, Steve Ward and Michal Neuvirth will all participate.

BD's Mongolian Grill of Novi is located at 43155 Main Street, Suite 200, in Novi, just south of Grand River.

Join the Whalers for a night of fun and food. You can win fun prizes and giveaways when you spin the Whale of Fortune. The Whalers mascot, Shooter, will be teaming up with Mongo Man to entertain everyone at the event.

If you plan to come with a party of six or more, please call 248-735-1900 to make a reservation. You can also call BD's Call Ahead Seating Program.

TEDDY BEAR TOSS a SUCCESS: When AJ Jenks scored last Saturday for Plymouth in a 2-1 shootout loss to the Barrie Colts, the ice was littered with new teddy bears by the fans in attendance during the Whalers' annual Teddy Bear Toss night.

Today, the Plymouth United Way picked up 532 stuffed animals and will find new homes for them.

The Whalers thank everyone who attended last Saturday night's game for making Teddy Bear Night a success.

NEXT HOME GAME FOR PLYMOUTH: After playing next Sunday in Brampton, the Whalers (19-10-1-1) will break for the Christmas holidays. Plymouth is back in action on Thurs. Dec. 28 at 2 p.m. at the Compuware Sports Arena against the Windsor Spitfires. It will be Kid's Day at the arena, with all kinds of activities planned for kids of all ages.
 
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