Cure Paralysis tourney hosted by Mullin
There are still openings for golfers for the 4th annual Thomas E. Smith Fight to Cure Paralysis Golf Tournament at Andover Country Club on Aug. 12.
The tourney is co-directed by Andover native Tucker Mullin, a recent graduate of St. Anselm who is now working in Manhattan as a finance executive. Mullin was named the winner of college hockey’s prestigious Hockey Humanitarian Award in April for his distinguished service to others.
The cost is $200 per person.
For more info, contact Mullin at 978-314-3020 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mullin’s organization recently donated $4,000 to Erica Predum of Fort Wayne, Ind. The 27-year-old mother of two was injured when she rolled her SUV on the highway. The grant will go toward her physical therapy.
Cowens camps HAve PLENTY OF ROOM
Boston Celtics “Cowens Camps,” hosted by Hall of Fame center Dave Cowens, are available for boys and girls ages 10-17 years old.
The camp dates remaining are:
July 15-19 (Celtics Training Facility - Waltham)
July 22-26 (Celtics Training Facility - Waltham)
July 29-August 2 (University Sports Complex - Hanover)
August 5-9 (Celtics Training Facility - Waltham)
August 12-16 (Celtics Training Facility - Waltham)
August 19-23 (The RIM Sports Complex – Hampton, N.H.)
To register, or for more information, visit nba.com/celtics/camps.
Bradner Tourney heats up tonight
The second round of the Bradner Tournament, with high school basketball programs throughout the North Shore and southern N.H., will continue tonight at Andover High.
Central Catholic, Haverhill, Andover and St. John’s Prep will all be participating.
Here is the schedule of tonight and then semifinals and finals next week.
Admission for all games is free.
Thursday, July 11
Game 9: Central vs. Tewksbury
Game 10: Nashua South vs. Londonderry
Game 11: Preps 1 vs. Haverhill
Game 12: Andover vs. Pentucket
Game 13: St. John’s vs. Tyngsboro
Tuesday, July 16