Springfield, Mo. ~ In a thrilling match-up for a good cause, the Springfield Police Department and the Springfield Fire Department went head to head on Saturday at the Jordan Valley Ice Park in Springfield, Mo. The two teams battled it out on the ice in a charity hockey game to raise funds for the Greene County 100 Club.

With over 800 supporters in attendance, the event was a huge success, raising $9,000 through ticket sales. This marks the most successful year for the charity game since its inception.

In an intense and closely contested game, it was the Springfield Police Department who emerged victorious with a 4-3 win over their rivals from the fire department. This was a historic moment as it was the first time in five years that the police department had claimed victory in this annual event.

Both teams were made up of current employees who volunteered their time and skills to play for a good cause. The game not only showcased their love for hockey but also their dedication to serving their community.

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The Greene County 100 Club is a charitable organization that provides support to families of firefighters and law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty. The funds raised from this charity hockey game will go towards supporting 11 Greene County law enforcement departments and 15 fire departments.

For those interested in participating in next year's game, both the police and fire departments are actively recruiting current employees to join their teams. It's an opportunity to not only play for a great cause but also showcase their skills on the ice.

The event was captured by two images - one showing both teams facing off on opposite sides of the rink, with the Springfield Fire Department on the left and Springfield Police Department on the right. The other image captured the victorious moment as members of the police department celebrated their long-awaited win over their rivals from across town.

Overall, it was an exciting and successful event that brought together two important departments within Springfield while also supporting a worthy cause.

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