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Golf, scotch, cigars, cocktails, auctions, and 'all that jazz' to support the Muscular Dystrophy Association's fight against Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
Where: Blue Hill Country Club, Canton, MA
When: Thursday, September 25th, 2014, 6-10pm.
More info at: www2.mda.org/jazzboston
The 16th annual UMass Medicine Cancer Walk will happen this year on Sunday, September 28th, 2014! For the first time in the history of the event, a 5K run will take place prior to the start of the Walk! Come be a part of one of the largest fundraising events in Central Massachusetts that attracts over 12,000 people. %100 of the money you raise goes directly back to the UMass Cancer Center of Excellence to support clinical trials and cancer research.
Timed Race to begin: 8:00AM
Awards Ceremony immediately following
$30.00 Registration Fee until midnight on September 26th / $40.00 Day of Registration. T-Shirt included in registration fee guaranteed only until September 12th.
We hope you’ll join us again this year on Saturday October 4, 2014, with even more fun, more friends, and more fundraising! After the event join us for local beer, food, music, raffles, silent auctions, and more!
Last year our partnership with Fiddler's Green and the Worcester Hibernian Cultural Centre was a huge success, and we are continuing again this year with race start/end and post-party at 19 Temple St. in Worcester. The outside area is perfect for post race fun including local beer, supplied by a generous sponsor, food, music, raffles, silent auctions, and more! We’ll also have a larger room this year in case of inclement weather, but we know it will be a beautiful day; we can just feel it!
All net proceeds go to Metastatic Breast Cancer Research conducted at UMASS Medical School.
The McCourt Foundation is proud to announce the 5th Tour de South Shore, a 25-mile and 50 mile rain or shine bike ride along the scenic south shore to support Alzheimer's and Multiple Sclerosis rsearch on Saturday, October 4th, 2014.
Teams and individual riders, along with volunteers, are welcome to register at www.TourdeSouthShore.org. Prizes and awards will be presented to top fundraisers and Bertucci's wiill provide lunch for all participants.
Both courses will begin and end at Wiompatuck State Park in Hingham, MA and will pass through the neighboring towns of Cohasset, Scituate and Norwell. All participants are encouraged to compete at their own pace, and there is no fundraising minimum required to enter.
Time: The 50-mile ride starts at 7:30am, and the 25-mile ride starts at 8:30am. Registration opens at 6:30am
The McCourt Foundation pursues philanthropic donations to support innovative biomedical research for cures for Alzheimer's disease and Multiple Sclerosis. The McCourt Foundation also provides medical updates and seminars to help educate patients and caregivers.
Lasya School of Dance - celebrating 10 years of excellence in Bharatanatyam - is proudly presenting this dance ballet.
Artistic Director: Sapna Krishnan
$15 (General Single)
$50 (General Family of 4)
For tickets or questions, contact:
Hema Kalyanam: 508.330.9891
Anitha Athipathy: 508.440.9805
Ashland High School Theater 65 E. Union Street, Ashland, MA 01721
Fenway Park Trivia Day for AANE Menbers and Friends
When: Sunday, October 5, 2014
Time: Noon - 4:00pm
Hot Dos & Snacks, Team Trivia & Prizes, Fenway Family Tours
Cost: $50 per person
$100 Per Person Preferred Family Seating
$1000 Family/Corporate Sponsorship
Seats are limited!
Get more Info, HERE.
Diamond is the Sky, will be hosting a 5K and Halloween fest on Sunday, October 19 in Worcester, MA. Diamond is the Sky is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide affordable social opportunities and resources to people with special needs and their families, educators, and greater communities in the state of Massachusetts. You can register for the 5K HERE.
When: October 19th, 2014
Where: May Street Elementary School, Worcester, MA
Monetary Donations: Diamond Is the Sky is happy to accept monetary donations at fundraising events or by check. Please mail all donations to: Diamond Is the Sky, Inc., 235 May Street, Worcester, MA, 01602
In-Kind Donations: Diamond Is the Sky accepts in-kind donations that help us fulfill our mission. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Volunteer: Diamond Is the Sky seeks volunteers to help with fundraising events such as our Halloweenfest and 5K.
Anyone interested in learning more or being a sponsor for our event should contact us at email@example.com
Date: October 25th, 2014
Where: The Guild for Human Services: 411 Waverley Oaks Road, Suite 104, Waltham, MA 02452
Time: Registration 7-8:45am, 5K starts at 9:00am, 1 Mile fun run/walk starts at 9:30am.
5K: Adults $25, Kids 17 and under, $15
1 Mile Fun Run/Walk: Adults $13, Kids 17 & under, $8
Join the crowd at this fun-filled event in raising awareness and funds for pancreatic cancer research. Area celebrities and local professionals will compete for the title of Karaoke for a Cure's Best Singer. The evening will include entertainment, dinner buffet, live auctions, raffle items, and a chance for patrons to karaoke after the contest.
For more information contact Maureen Grenier at 508.860.1521.
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Jackie MacMullan of ESPN Boston to talk about the Lebron James Saga, the possibility of Rajon Rondo being traded, and the future of Marcus Smart.
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