Justin Paik, of Coach John MacLean's U18 National Bound Team, has been involved in some impressive off-ice activities this summer. Serving as a Senator for the American Legion Boys Nation program, Justin got to travel to Washington, D.C. and participate in the dedication of the wreath during the POW/MIA Remembrance. National Commander Charles Schmidt described the boys, including Justin, as representing the "cream of the crop. If your schools and American Legion departments did not believe in you, you would not be here. Most of you are already active in your communities. If you are serving your community, you are serving our country."
Crimson Hockey Club wants to recognize and congratulate Justin on such an outstanding event and achievement. Being part of our team and part of our program means being a part of the community, and Justin's father was kind enough to note that his experience with the American Legion was made possible through his involvement and life lessons learned from his participation in our program and teams throughout the past 6 years. From all of us at Crimson Hockey Club - Congratulations Justin!
Full article about the event here: