CHICOPEE, Mass. (WWLP) – The Chicopee Police and Fire Departments took to the ice Sunday for the Annual Battle of the Badges Charity Hockey Game.

Proceeds from the game will be donated to the Boys & Girls Club of Chicopee and there will also be a scholarship fund for Chicopee Comprehensive and Chicopee High school students, according to a news release from the Boy & Girls Club of Chicopee.

The game will have mascots from both the Chicopee Police and Fire Departments, free kids raffle, raffle prizes, a 50/50, concession stand, music, a Chuck-A-Puck contest, and more. Multiple businesses are sponsors of the game including Polish National Credit Union, PeoplesBank, MASSCOPS Local #485, International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) Local 1710, Curry Honda Chicopee, Marshall Steinbeck Collision, AMP Electrical Inc. & Planet Fitness.

“It’s so exciting for both departments to come together. We have moments on the ice where we are practicing as a team, skating as a teams and we have a moment where we come together and support such a great cause,” said Captain Katie Collins-Kalbaugh of the Chicopee Fire Department.

Tickets were $10 per person and purchased the day of the game at the Fitzpatrick Arena. Kids 12 years old and under got in for free. The game took place at the Fitzpatrick Arena in Holyoke.