19 December 2011 — Jim Fox, Speaker: “Kings Care Foundation’s Community Efforts”

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Jim Fox was the driving force behind the creation of the Kings Care Foundation, the charitable and community organization connected with the Los Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League. During his ten-year playing career, Jim was a productive forward who is still the eight leading scorer in franchise history.

After he retired as a player, he became the Kings’ organizations first Director of Community Relations. He also joined Kings Hall of Fame television announcer in the broadcast booth, and is now in his twenty-second season as the team’s television color analyst.

On 9 December 2011, Jim was kind enough to sit down with us at the Kings’ practice facility in El Segundo, California, where we talked about the Kings’ efforts in the community and how Rotary can help.

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