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Vegas Golden Knights honor Harvest Music Festival victims Oct. 1

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In honor of the 2017 Harvest Music Festival tragedy that affected the lives and families of over 500 concert goers, the Vegas Golden Knights will be participating in initiatives through multiple community events on Oct. 1.


Oct. 1 from 11am – 6pm the Golden Knights and the American Red Cross host a blood drive at the T-Mobile Arena.  Donors must schedule an appointment before arriving at the drive and to be in compliance with the CDC and Prevention public guidance are required to wear a face covering while attending the drive.  Donors will receive a specialty Vegas Stronger puck for their contribution.    


Several players from the VGK will visit LVMPD Precinct and deliver meals to officers and several area command centers in remembrance of Oct. 1.  One-on-one photos or handshakes are not allowed due to COVID-19; everyone will be required to wear a mask.  Also throughout the day the VGK organization will deliver meals to Clark County Fire Department Headquarters staff members.  


The Knights have also set aside 1,000 tickets for the upcoming 2020-21 season for first responders through the Knights Salute; where season ticket members have the opportunity to donate home game tickets to individuals and groups throughout the community.  For the latest news and information on the Golden Knights visit Fans can follow the team on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat.

Written by: Vanessa Mcconnell

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