Worthington Hockey Association receives donation

Worthington Regional Health Care Foundation provides funds to expand access for ice skating.

The Worthington Regional Healthcare Foundation represented by executive director Jeff Rotert to Worthington Hockey Association president Nikki Reiter for $8,210 to help buy some additional rental skates and a racking system to hold skates. Tim Middagh / The Globe

The Worthington Regional Health Care Foundation, represented by Executive Director Jeff Rotert (right), presents an $8,210 check to Worthington Hockey Association President Nikki Reiter Thursday morning. The funds will be used to help buy additional rental skates for the Skating for All program, as well as a racking system to hold skates.

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