Oak Park Ice Arena Moves on to the Finals in Light Like the Pros Contest
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Oak Park Ice Arena Moves on to the Finals in Light Like the Pros Contest

Public Votes Needed – We are so close!

Oak Park Ice Arena is one of the TOP 5 FINALISTS and has moved on to the FINAL round of voting in the Light Like the Pros contest! The beloved community recreational facility and the home to local youth hockey and figure skating programs has the chance to win a new LED Lighting System valued at over $50,000.

We are in need of your daily votes in this final chance! Join us in voting once per day for Oak Park Ice Arena by visiting Unlike the previous round, in which voting ballots were reset to zero, the final round keeps previous votes. Oak Park is currently in third place and needs a boost up to first! Final round voting begins now through March 18.


With your help, Oak Park Ice Arena could win this much-needed LED Lighting System. The winner will be announced on March 20, and installation of the lighting system will take place this summer.

Light Like the Pros is an initiative from the American Hockey League and power management company, Eaton, that awards a community hockey rink a brand-new LED lighting system. This professional lighting system would be vital to this community hub – enhancing youth programs, growing recreational activities, and reducing energy and economic costs. As the official practice facility of the Stockton Heat, Oak Park Ice Arena would greatly benefit from this better quality, NHL-style light.

Oak Park Ice Arena opened in Stockton in 1970 and currently offers youth and adult hockey, Learn to Skate, Try Skating for Free, and other figure skating programs, along with public skate sessions. The arena also hosts the Stockton Colts hockey club, a competitive travel youth hockey program for a wide range of ages.

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