Kyle Bodnaruk of the Winnipeg Blues has been named the Manitoba Pork Peak Performer of the Month for January.
Bodnaruk, 20, believes strongly in making a difference in his
community. The Blues’ captain recently organized an event at Siloam
Mission, where his teammates served food to patrons, assisted with
laundry duties and organized much-needed clothes for pick-up.
Bodnaruk’s community involvement is far-reaching. He’s also
befriended two autistic young men and on a regular basis takes them to
lunch or a Blues’ game/practice.
“Kyle and his teammates felt good about helping the community and
realized the good fortune they have in their lives compared to others,”
MJHL Commissioner Kim Davis said of Bodnaruk’s selection.
“Good works like these make solid contributions to the community at
large. Manitoba Pork and the MJHL are proud of the efforts of Kyle
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