Treat your mom like an All-Star by helping the
take a swing against breast cancer! The
Britain Rock Cats are teaming up with the Connecticut Affiliate of
Komen for the Cure® to host a Mother's Day Celebration at
Britain Stadium on Sunday, May 9, 2010!
Fans can enjoy an all you can eat pre-game
brunch beginning at 11:30am in the Rock Cats Stadium Club and
Terrace Picnic Area. Each family
will receive a
flower arrangement from Gordon Bonetti Florist for your mom, a "Happy
Mother's Day" message on the video board, and
a photo session with Rocky! Included with each buffet ticket is
Reserved seat to the Rock Cats game that day against the Portland Sea
affiliate-Boston Red Sox) with a first pitch scheduled for 1:35pm.
Adult tickets are $45 each. Children 5-12yrs. old are $25 each and
& under FREE. $20 per adult
benefit Komen Connecticut!
to show your support for breast cancer awareness! The Rocks Cats are
partner with such a great organization to benefit a worthy cause that
unfortunately affects so many mothers. In joining together for this
charity event, it gives us all hope that one day the world will be
Space is limited so reserve your tickets today by calling
the Rock Cats at (860) 224-8383!
There will be
additional ways to support Komen Connecticut the day of the game!
pink-stemmed roses will be available to fans for a $5 donation to Komen
Connecticut and will be proudly donated by the Connecticut Florist
A prize drawing will be
conducted at the brunch as well with 100% of the
Connecticut. So come out and join the Rock
Cats and Komen
Connecticut for this exiting event on Mother's Day to help us hit
out of the ballpark! Awareness and community support are the first
putting an end to this terrible disease!
Connecticut serves local communities by providing funding for research
local life-saving programs, which address education, screening and
for Connecticut residents. For
more information, visit www.KomenCT.org.
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