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Charity Dodgeball Tournament

  • Time:

    1:00 p.m.
  • Date:

    Saturday, April 2, 2011
  • Location:

    Nazareth Shults Center Gym

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Charity Dodge Ball Tournament

Come and support Mt. Hope Family Center as the Nazareth Physical Therapy club hosts a charity dodge ball tournament on Saturday, April 2nd with all proceeds going towards Mt. Hope’s emergency funds. This dodge ball tournament will take place in the Shults center gymnasium. Not only will there be dodge ball, there will also be opportunities to win great prizes in our raffle including gift cards from local businesses.

Over the past year, many colleges in the Rochester area have participated in charity events to help raise money for Mt. Hope Family Center. Mt. Hope was established in 1979, and has been dedicated to helping children and families dealing with difficult times. All proceeds raised will go to the emergency fund used to help families in desperate times. This fund has been used to help families purchase cribs, beds, and other necessary medical expenses. Proceeds will be raised through donations, tickets for raffle items, and a team fee.

Each team will have a $30 donation required to play. Teams must be co-ed and will consist of 6-8 players. Six players will play at one time and a tournament will take place to decide the best dodge ball team on campus. All students and faculty are invited to create teams and put their skills to the test for a great cause. We encourage creative team names and uniforms.

Please help us support Mt. Hope Family Center by creating a team or attending this event. Have an amazing time and raise money for a great cause. Information and team signup forms will be available in Carrol Hall and the PFL office. Teams must be submitted by March 28th. Any questions please contact us at or call the PT dept at (585)389-2900.

Event Info

Sponsored By:
Nazareth Physical Therapy Club
Contact Information:
Any questions please contact us at or call the PT dept at (585)389-2900.
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