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CMRC Fighting Falcons

Team Member: Sean Connor

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THE STORY:

If you did not know, I am an Air Force and Army Veteran.

Last year I participated in the 2014 Veteran’s Lacrosse Game for Shoot Out For Soldiers.

It was awesome, and it got me playing lacrosse again for the first time in a long time.

Check out this video… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-CQ_BigIak#action=share

So right after I registered myself for the 2015 Veteran’s Game, I decided this year I would register my Carroll Manor Boys team,The Fighting Falcons, for the event. The only Team requirement to play in the event is that each team raise at least $750.00.  I made the initial $100.00 Team donation, and am now asking for your support to raise the rest. My goal is to raise double the qualifing amount - $1,500.00.

SFS starts 6/17/2015 and runs through 6/18/2015 at McDonogh High School, Owings Mills, MD.

It is not a tournament…it is about supporting a cause and having fun doing it!!!

Thank you for your assitance, and please feel free to pass this donation link on to others.

$110

MONEY RAISED
  • Steve Schollian

    $10

  • Mary Beth Smith

    $50

  • Ebright Family

    $50

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Shootout for Soldiers

This is a direct to organizer fundraiser.

The Team: $1,200 TOTAL RAISED SO FAR

Fundraiser Title

Shootout for Soldiers

Amount Raised

$760

 

101% Raised of $750 Goal

Fundraiser Title

Sam Ventura

Amount Raised

$200

Fundraiser Title

Sean Connor

Amount Raised

$110

Fundraiser Title

Kevin Connor

Amount Raised

$80

Fundraiser Title

Greyson Connor

Amount Raised

$25

Fundraiser Title

Carolyn Hrdlick

Amount Raised

$25

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Connor McGeehan

Amount Raised

$0

Donor Comments

Ebright Family

Ebright Family

DONATION: $50

In Tribute to Edward Ebright WWII Philippines 3 years ago

Mary Beth Smith

Mary Beth Smith

DONATION: $50

3 years ago

Steve Schollian

Steve Schollian

DONATION: $10

Thank you Mr. Steve Schollian. He is a CMRC Lax parent to a young CMRC clinic girl player. He approached me at Hydes Field before one of our games, and handed me a cash donation. He said "Thank you for your service", and shook my hand. That is one of the best feelings a Veteran can get...simple, easy, heartfelt. We don't expect or actively seek that praise for ourselves; but we definitely and deeply appreciate it, and accept it for those Veterans who can no longer receive the handshake. 3 years ago

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