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Bill Richards Hockey Tournament in Tyngsboro


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On Saturday, April 4th Andrew Gounaris and Jim Antonelli are running the 1st Annual Bill Richards Hockey Tournament to help raise money for a scholarship at Westford Academy. This event is going to be a great way to remember Bill and everything he did for the community. He truly bled maroon and grey, but also did so much for other communities. We have set up a night of 3 hockey games.
(courtesy photo)
(courtesy photo)

Each hockey game is 40 minutes and each team consists of 15- 20 players. The first game is the middle school game, which is being put together by Jeff Bunyon. The second game is the high school game where Andrew and I are getting kids to play. The third game is the Alumni game where past Westford Academy hockey players will come back and play. Throughout the night there will be a raffle and a silent auction where nearby stores have donated things for all to bid on. Tickets at the door will be $10 and donations are accepted throughout the night. Hope everyone can come out and enjoy this awesome night in honor of an awesome man. We love you Bill.

T-Shirts for sale this Saturday at fundraiser from 6:10-8:20! $10 a shirt.
Where:  Skate 3, 355 Middlesex Rd, Tyngsboro, Massachusetts 01879
Date:  April 4, 2015
Time:  6:10pm – 8:20pm
Enterprise Bank
Attn: Ryan Dunn
237 Littleton Road
Westford, MA 01886
Make Checks payable to: Trustees of Westford Academy
Note in the memo line:  Bill Richards Scholarship Fund

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