Dawg Bowl IV Charity Tournament Benefits Hockey Players Facing Illness

Dawg Bowl IV Charity Tournament Benefits Hockey Players Facing Illness

Coming to the Edge Ice Arena in Littleton this weekend is the fourth annual Dawg Bowl Charity Hockey Tournament. The event benefits adult hockey players facing illness or injury. Being one of the largest adult hockey tournaments in Colorado, with 36 teams in seven divisions, this is going to be monumental.

 

 

Support these players as they light up the ice with their talents all weekend long. Competing against one another for a good cause, and for some entertainment, this is going to be fun for the entire community. Also, there is going to be great food served, some live music/entertainment, a “Kids Zone” and special guest appearances.

 

 

Don’t miss the Dawg Bowl, especially if you are a big hockey fan. The silent auction will have autographed memorabilia, win a chance to golf at a local tournament grade course, or dine at a highly rated restaurant by partaking in the auction that benefits these players. Some items include an autographed Roberto Luongo Blocker and Glove, a Lake Havasue house rental, several autographed jerseys, and a luxury home rental in Breckenridge.

 

 

On Saturday, June 21 at 3 p.m. watch the “Survivors Game” at the ice arena sponsored by Ethos Financial Partners. According to the Littleton Independent, the game will feature players and referees who have survived cancer or other illness. It has been described as “one of the most inspirational events” in the area.

 

 

To find out more information on the tournament please visit www.dawgnationhockey.org.

 

 

This local update courtesy of your Littleton Community Expert.
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