112 images6,000 kids, 300 teams, 2 day Lacrosse Festival: The New Hampshire Youth Lacrosse Association just celebrated their 2015 Lacrosse Festival and also raised money for Play4TheCure, the signature fundraising event of The National Foundation for Cancer Research. Here are highlights of good sportsmanship, award ceremonies and all around good family fun.
5 galleriesFor the second year, New Hampshire's Youth Lacrosse Association has stepped up to Play4theCure as a Statewide organization. This signature program of the National Foundation for Cancer Research delivers 100% of the funds raised directly to work in funding cancer research in the lab. This year the project beneficiary is Dr. Dan Haber's Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. While there is no charge for these photos, please consider a donation to NFCR, Play4theCure by going here: https://www.carii.com/fundraising/dan-haber-project Photos in these groups cover a cross section of games on Sunday (only) with particular emphasis on the Blue Storm Girls who - show more spirit and pure enthusiasm in helping to raise awareness and funds than any other team. Thank you Blue Storm Girls, you make my job easier. Shout out to Nashua as well - In my book you guys get a great sportsmanship award as well. Thank you all for making me feel welcome. Please give photo credit to Keith Spiro Photography if you share the images.
39 imagesThe New Hampshire Youth Lacrosse Association's 2015 Lacrosse Festival gathered 6,000 kids, 300 teams in a 2 day Lacrosse Festival that raised money for Play4TheCure, the signature fundraising event of The National Foundation for Cancer Research. https://secure.nfcr.org/page/contribute/play4thecure Here is the short slideshow highlighting good sportsmanship and a great day of family fun.