Trey Childs and Charlottesville Hockey Fights Cancer have organized a charity hockey game on Saturday, March 30, 2013 at 7:00 PM. The charity hockey game will be played in Charlottesville at the Main Street Arena. There will be two Charlottesville teams. Teams will be selected on equal skill level.
Cost is $14 per player, plus a donation. The game proceeds will benefit the UVA Cancer Center.
This will likely be your last chance to play ice hockey in Charlottesville this season, because the rink closes at the end of March. See you on the ice!
Charity Hockey Game to Benefit UVA Cancer Center
The charity hockey game proceeds will benefit the UVA Cancer Center. The Cancer Center’s research goal is to understand how cancer arises, grows, and spreads. They use this knowledge to develop innovative ways to detect, diagnose, treat, and prevent cancer.
The UVA Cancer Center is recognized as a premiere institution in basic cancer research, and they have contributed substantially to the understanding of cancer cell and molecular biology.
The Cancer Research center includes approximately 160 faculty Members from 23 departments within the Schools of Medicine, Nursing, and Engineering, and the College of Arts and Sciences. They are an NCI-Designated Cancer Center with over 75 million dollars in funded research each year.
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