Registration for the 2014 Ross K. MacNeill Memorial TOUGH Hockey Tournament is now open!
The 2014 Ross K. MacNeill Memorial TOUGH Hockey Tournament supports The Ross K. MacNeill Foundation to end pediatric brain cancer.
The Ross K. MacNeill Foundation is dedicated to fighting pediatric brain cancer in the memory of 11-year-old Ross K. MacNeill. Ross was a devoted Admirals hockey player (#33) and an avid Chicago Blackhawks fan that lived his life with joy, strength, courage and selflessness. He died of a malignant brain tumor in 2013.
100% of donations from the Tournament will go to the Foundation (R33M.org) and its mission to end pediatric brain cancer by 2023.
The Tournament will be held on Saturday, June 7, from 10:00am-5:00pm at Center Ice of DuPage, 1N450 Highland Ave, Glen Ellyn.
Every player will receive:
*Three 20-minute 3 on 3 games
*R33M Tournament jersey and gift bag
Teams will have 7-10 players each. Participants can register as an individual and be placed on a team, or indicate other players to form a team. The Tournament is open to all, but targeted to Squirt, Pee Wee, and Bantam players. The registration fee is $100.33 per player.
If you are not a hockey player, but would still like to contribute to this worthy cause, there will be other opportunities to donate in the form of games, raffles and volunteering. It will be fun for the whole family, so please stop by or visit R33M.org!
For more details and to register click HERE
Space is limited, so please don’t delay your registration!
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