Monday, June 04, 2007

Pat Hardy Alumni Classic

Anybody interested in playing football Friday the 15th? The following is an email forwarded from Munce. Scott and Tipple have formed a class of 97 team and I've talked to Erick and Seth about playing for the 1996 Deez Nutz Glory. Anyone else? It's $10 per player. Give me a call or email me if you're interested.

Thanks
-Brad



Our community would like to honor Sergeant Pat Hardy for his service to his country as a United States Army Ranger.

We understand it is short notice but Pat is only home for a short time for rehabilitation and therapy. During Pat's stay at Walter Reed Hospital and James A. Haley Veterans Hospital in Tampa, FL his family met many soldiers recovering from injuries. They met family members who have left their jobs and hometowns to be with their sons and daughters while they heal and recover. This event is to raise funds and awareness for life after our soldiers come home from service.

Thanks to the Bobcat Boosters who made a substantial donation to the fund, they also set up an account so that checks can be sent through the Bobcat Boosters in care of the Pat Hardy Fund. You are invited to attend a fun evening at the Bobcat Stadium watching alumni play different games, say hi to Pat and his family and make a donation to the fund. If you are not able to attend we hope you find it in your heart to help support this cause and send in a donation.

Co-ed alumni events being planned: 7 on 7 Flag Football Games, Track Relay, Sumo Circle, Tug of War, Obstacle course, other field events, and dedication from the City of Grandview Heights. Participating athletes will be charged $10 to play.

4 comments:

  1. Anonymous11:26 AM

    I am in. Let me know if there is anything else you need Brad.

    Grace

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  2. Sweet! I'll let you know soon.

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  3. So will we compete in multiple events? I'm in, but it might be hard to go from sumo circle to tug of war to 7 on 7 football... we'll need a good turnout.

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  4. Anonymous5:00 PM

    we should at least be able to get 10 from our class to compete.

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