Paddle tournament benefits Shelton grief center
Adam’s House invites the public to the 3rd Annual Ladies Healing Hearts Paddle Tournament starting at 8:30 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 28 at area clubs. Proceeds from the event benefit Adam’s House, a nonprofit center in Shelton that provides free educational and support programs to Connecticut children and families struggling to cope with grief.
Thirty-two teams will compete in the women’s-only paddle tournament, which will take place at multiple locations until about 2 p.m. Aspetuck Valley Country Club, 67 Old Redding Road in Weston, will host the event’s luncheon, semi-finals and championship game, but players also will paddle for a cause at Patterson Country Club in Fairfield; Weston Field Club and Wilton YMCA.
“The Healing Hearts Paddle Tournament has been enormously popular, drawing competitive players and supporters, who enjoy a great day of play, plus lunch and a chance to win prizes, including tickets for the upcoming Jets-Patriots game,” said Adam’s House Founder and Executive Director Allison Wysota in a news release. The winner will go home with three tickets to the Nov. 25th Jets-Patriots game, plus parking.
JoyRide® Cycling & Fitness classes and spa massage treatments also will be raffled off at the event’s luncheon.
The cost is $200 per team and tournament players are guaranteed three matches (weather permitting.) The Adam’s House 3rd Annual Ladies Healing Hearts Paddle Tournament includes the luncheon, drinks and a favor. To register online, visit http://bit.ly/adamshousect_2018paddle.
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