PongWars 7 this Saturday at Mother’s to Benefit Bulldog Basketball School

| May 31, 2017 | 0 Comments

The event will take place this Saturday, June 3rd from 2pm-5pm at Mother’s Federal Hill Grille. Tickets are $55.

From Bulldog Baskeball School: 

Do it for the kids! or the $500 PRIZE!

Kickoff the summer by playing in our Annual Tournament for Charity. All proceeds go to the Bulldog Basketball School which advances the lives of boys and girls from the Barclay Community using basketball and academics.

Enjoy our OPEN BAR and help raise funds for our youth to develop discipline, determination, and selflessness by attending basketball camps this summer.

PONG WARS FORMAT Round robin play begins at 2pm, to determine tournament seating; and the single elimination tournament will begin at 4pm. All teams are guaranteed 4 games. ALL TEAMS QUALIFY FOR THE TOURNAMENT. It is casual competition like no other:)

Cups are filled w sand during ALL game play to ensure sanitation and responsible drinking.

All tables are handmade with love and care and are up for Silent Auction amongst other Prizes donated by our supportive community.

FAQs

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

You must be 21 with a valid state license to participate. However there is NO requirement to drink in order to participate since all cups are filled with sand during ALL games.

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

There is street parking all over Federal Hill near Mother’s. They also have a very small parking lot attached to the restaurant. Furthermore, the East West Garage located on East West Street is right next to Mother’s as well.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please contact Pablo Koropecky with any questions at bulldogbasketballschool@gmail.com or by phone at 443-904-0443.

Where does the money go?

All proceeds go to the Bulldog Basketball School (a non profit organization through fiscal sponsorship from the Greater Homewood Corporation). The money is used to send scholar athletes to basketball camps around Baltimore over the summer months. This year we plan to attend Cardinal Hoops Camp (run by the head coach of Calvert Hall), St. Frances Academy Basketball Camp and Bulldog Basketball Camp at the 29 Street Community Center.

Any additional money goes to academic incentives for the scholar athletes as part of their year round mentoring. Students can earn these rewards by maintaining grades of 75% or greater in ALL subjects of study for each quarter.

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