'The Kindness Cup'
THE 2007 CHARITY ROAST VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT
The 2007 Kindness Cup
When: From noon, during the Charity Roast, Sunday, August 19
Where: At the Ménard Farm, at the Charity Roast
Why: To help set a new fund-raising record, to help sick children and their families, and mostly to HAVE FUN!
Who: The West Island Children’s Charity, headed by Ian Grant; tournament organizers Dany Viens, and other dedicated folk.
Teams: Five players, minimum two girls per team.
Cost/team: New this year, teams are given pledge sheets, and are responsible for getting sponsors to back their participation in the event. Each team is asked to try and raise minimum $200. The team that raises the most will receive the 'High Five Award' on event day! (The pledge drive replaces the past registration fee).
Tournament champs are awarded the coveted 'Kindness Cup', the Charity Roast Championship Trophy.
Buffet Dinner for players $10. (Other food also on site). Non-players $25.
Did you know? The Kindness Cup gets its name from the traditional song, often referred to as the world's national anthem, Auld Lang Syne, by Robbie Burns.
How to enter: Simply provide the name of your team, the name of your team captain and main contact, with telephone number. We’ll get back to you to confirm and to provide everything you need. email@example.com
The good and noble teams:
The Hymus (defending champs!)
West Island Sharks
Our Beach Volleyball Courts were donated/built
Sablière Chevrier & Fils & Robert Daoust & Fils!
A big thanks to the Chevrier and Daoust families!!!
Thanks also to Rona Le Renovateur, Roch Gauthier & Fils, St-Polycarpe