Feb 6, 2016 6:40 PM
MEREDITH - The 7th annual New England Pond hockey tournament continues to be a success after more than a thousand people participated on Saturday at Lake Waukewan.
The Pond Hockey Classic brought more than 1,800 players and over 260 teams to Lake Waukewan, right in the heart of the Lakes Region.
"I'm from Meredith and I'm very involved with what happens from an economic standpoint so one of the favorite things for me is the fact that all of these people come in to Meredith for a weekend, spend a lot of money, and have a lot of fun," Chris Kelly, a player who has participated in the event since 2009, said.
Thousands of onlookers from across the country and Canada, embraced the winter weather, all to enjoy the festive atmosphere of music, food and of course, the classic game of hockey.
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