B-Sens Read Hockey Books and Craft with Local Kids 2/26/2013 (Updated 10:59:44 PM)
ENDICOTT -- B-Sens Marc Cheverie and Jean Bourbeau were at the George F. Johnson Library in Endicott Tuesday night. The two read hockey books to a group of local children, interacted with them, and even tried their hands at some crafts.
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