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Drop the Puck fundraiser event to be held April 9 at Brentwood Park

| Tuesday, March 22, 2016 4:42 p.m

The fifth annual Drop the Puck on Cancer fundraiser — an all-day (8 a.m. to 8 p.m.) dek hockey tournament — will be held Saturday, April 9, at Brentwood Park.

Tickets for Jimmy Johns food, a Rowdy BBQ lunch, refreshments and dinner will be sold at the event.

Raffle baskets, a Chinese auction and home-made baked goods also will be available, and other fundraising activities will take place throughout the day.

Monetary donations also can be made to the Duttine-Cavataio Memorial Fund.

Proceeds from this event annually benefit Brentwood familiies that are fighting cancer. This year’s beneficiaries include Glen Shore (1983), Roberta Cerminaro Donnelly (1993), Vince Lusardi (1977) and Ami Gregory Guilliams (1991).

For questions for more info, including details on sign sponsorship, volunteering and/or participating in the tournament, visit

• To volunteer at this year’s event, email

• To make a monetary donation, email

• And for sponsorship details, email

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