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$50.00
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Welcome Pond Hockey Players & Fans

Join us for the 1st annual Put Cancer on Ice! We will gather in the heart of winter to play pond hockey to support Dartmouth-Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Center. Enjoy a weekend of teamwork and friendly competition, nestled in the hills of Vermont.

The unique advantage of playing pond hockey at Lake Morey Resort is your ability to park, play, stay, and play some more. When you stay with us at Lake Morey Resort, winter activities abound with direct access to our 16 pond hockey rinks, 4.5-mile ice skating trail, x-country skiing, snowshoeing and access to the VAST snowmobile trails. The resort boasts two restaurants, lounge with live entertainment, indoor pool, hot tub, and sauna, all within steps of the lake and views of the rinks. With 130 newly updated guest rooms and four lakeside cottages, there's plenty of room for you and your teammates.

What are you waiting for? Please join us in this important and FUN endeavor. Register and start fundraising now. Together, we’re going to put a freeze to cancer!

Supporting Norris Cotton Cancer Center


The money raised at this event will benefit the Friends of Norris Cotton Cancer Center. Funds will support innovative research and patient supportive services which benefit the Upper Valley and beyond. The Norris Cotton Cancer Center (NCCC) is one of only 51 NCI Designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the US. Our scientists are among the brightest in their fields, pioneering ideas in the areas of immune response therapy, tumor imaging, precision medicine, and much more. We need your help to raise money that can be used for, among other things, small research grants, which allow scientists to explore their ideas with the goal of attracting more large scale funding. Your fundraising dollars will also help NCCC provide important patient and family supportive services that help patients through their cancer journey ever step of the way. The money that we raise can help improve the quality of cancer care both in our community and around the globe.