Country Rocks Cancer at Clay West Bar & Grill!
March 29 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm$23.00
Hot Country is proud to present: Country Rocks Cancer! The annual event is in memory of Rob Sneath in support of Cancer Care & The QE2 Foundation and the creation of the Rob Sneath Foundation. The show will feature Aaron Pritchett, Kevin Davidson and Andrew Frelick with 100% of net proceeds supporting Cancer Care at the QEII.
Rob Sneath was one of the Canadian Armed Forces top hockey players with a sports career spanning over 22 years. In that time he won 22 Canadian Armed Forces national medals and 35 Canadian Armed Forces regional medals in five sports, was named an All-Star 23 times and was honored with countless MVP awards. Recognized by the elite hockey community when, in 1992, he earned a tryout with the Philadelphia Flyers of the NHL followed by a Team Canada tryout two years later. Whether playing ice hockey, ball hockey, golf, slo-pitch or soccer, Sgt (Retd) Sneath’s athletic accomplishments were distinguished by his sportsmanship and leadership on and off the ice and the playing field. In addition to his remarkable talent on the ice, Sgt (Retd) Sneath was long active in coaching and offered instructional hockey clinics to many CAF members and their families and involved in many community organizations.
Rob was inducted Canadian Armed Forces Sports Hall of Fame in October 2007.