Roxbury HS Ice Hockey Shredding Event

Roxbury High School Ice Hockey Shredding Event to support the hockey team.

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Sat, April 25
10:00 am — 2:00 pm
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Roxbury High School Ice Hockey Shredding Event to support the hockey team.

47 Eyland Ave Succasunna , NJ 07876

Eisenhower Middle School

47 Eyland Ave
Succasunna , NJ 07876

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