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The All Hands Working Charity has formed a hockey team that will compete with firefighters from all over the United States and Canada. The hockey team is made up of firefighters from all over the Delaware Valley and was organized by Phantoms Coach and former Philadelphia Flyer, Riley Cote. The team will be knowns as the Keystone Coyotes and the launch party will take place at Aston Ice Arena in Aston, PA on July 26th at 8pm. Tickets to the event can be purchased at the door. This team is owned and operated by Red Line Classic LLC an event promotion company based out of Delaware. The purpose of the team is to bring together first responders to raise money for causes that will benefit first responders. The Keystone Coyotes has been coached and evaluated by members of the Philadelphia Flyers Alumni including Brian Propp and Todd Fedoruk. The All Hands Working Charity has held multiple hockey fundraisers to raise money for firefighters in the Delaware Valley and forming a consistent team was a logical next step. The team in combination with All Hands Working will be raising money to outfit the Philadelphia Fire Department and the Good Will Fire Company in West Chester, PA with much needed fitness equipment. Flyers strength and conditioning coach/head trainer, Jimmy McCrossin is on board with the project and will be working to provide much needed knowledge to the firefighters. Firefighters are tactical athletes and having a professional sports trainer involved will help firefighters understand why heart attacks and on the job injuries can and will be prevented with a health and wellness program.

Question and interview requests should be forwarded to this email address. allhandsworkingcharity@gmail.com



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The All Hands Working Charity has formed a hockey team that will compete with firefighters from all over the United States and Canada. The hockey team is made up of firefighters from all over the Delaware Valley and was organized by Phantoms Coach and former Philadelphia Flyer, Riley Cote. The team will be knowns as the Keystone Coyotes and the launch party will take place at Aston Ice Arena in Aston, PA on July 26th at 8pm. Tickets to the event can be purchased at the door. This team is owned and operated by Red Line Classic LLC an event promotion company based out of Delaware. The purpose of the team is to bring together first responders to raise money for causes that will benefit first responders. The Keystone Coyotes has been coached and evaluated by members of the Philadelphia Flyers Alumni including Brian Propp and Todd Fedoruk. The All Hands Working Charity has held multiple hockey fundraisers to raise money for firefighters in the Delaware Valley and forming a consistent team was a logical next step. The team in combination with All Hands Working will be raising money to outfit the Philadelphia Fire Department and the Good Will Fire Company in West Chester, PA with much needed fitness equipment. Flyers strength and conditioning coach/head trainer, Jimmy McCrossin is on board with the project and will be working to provide much needed knowledge to the firefighters. Firefighters are tactical athletes and having a professional sports trainer involved will help firefighters understand why heart attacks and on the job injuries can and will be prevented with a health and wellness program.

The Philadelphia Flyers have helped All Hands Working put an event together on Nov. 4th, 2014 at the Wells Fargo Center that will allow the Keystone Coyotes to hold a fundraiser in the Cure Lounge as well as play in a hockey game on NHL ice immediately following the game vs the Edmonton Oilers. Tickets can be purchased at:

http://beyondthefiremagazine.com/events/keystone-coyotes/

Question and interview requests should be forwarded to this email address. allhandsworkingcharity@gmail.com


Keystone Coyotes
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All Hands Working and Beyond the Fire Magazine will be hosting a fundraising event with the Philadelphia Flyers on November 4th. The event is sponsored



http://www.beyondthefiremagazine.com/2014/07/11/breaking-news-philly-fire-grant-approved/


"Breaking News" Philly Fire Grant Approved
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On July 10th, 2014 All Hands Working announced the award of an fitness equipment grant to the Philadelphia Fire Department. The award will provide fitness equipment that will be housed at the training facility and will allow access to the...



We are working with the Philadelphia Flyers to raise money for the Philadelphia Fire Department and the Good Will Fire Company in West Chester, PA. The proceeds from this event will be used to fulfill grant requests for equipment from our brother and sister firefighters in these departments.

This is an opportunity for the whole family to get involved and have a great time. Feel free to bring your kids to the event and have them go out on the ice and skate prior to the Philadelphia Flyers taking on the Edmonton Oilers. (Must have your own skates) The exact times are listed on the flyer that is attached.

A portion of the proceeds will be used to fund the Keystone Coyotes First Responder Hockey Team so that we can continue to host amazing opportunities and keep the costs down for our players.

Please post this flyer to social media and share the link for tickets!

We only have 100 spots to skate on the ice prior to the game and we have 300 total tickets for the entire event.

Look forward to seeing everybody there!

Help us support our brothers and sisters by providing the equipment needed to prevent injuries and LODD due to heart attacks! We are the only organization that is providing equipment and resources to firefighters, but without your help we cannot succeed in our mission!

Link for Tickets: Beyondthefiremagazine.com/events/keystone-coyotes






http://www.cbsnews.com/news/obesity-a-big-problem-for-u-s-firefighters/


Obesity a big problem for U.S. firefighters
www.cbsnews.com
A surprising number of firefighters are overweight or obese, increasing risks of injury and death



http://www.firehouse.com/news/11569537/university-of-texas-study-says-too-many-firefighters-are-overweight?utm_source=FH+Newsday&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=CPS140705002


Study: 70 Percent of Firefighters are Overweight
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Obesity is a major threat to firefighter health and safety.


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