Charity event – TWN Online http://twnonline.org/ Fri, 03 Dec 2021 07:46:46 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://twnonline.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-7-120x120.png Charity event – TWN Online http://twnonline.org/ 32 32 Nevada Boxing Commission says charity event where student was killed was not allowed https://twnonline.org/nevada-boxing-commission-says-charity-event-where-student-was-killed-was-not-allowed/ Wed, 01 Dec 2021 04:18:03 +0000 https://twnonline.org/nevada-boxing-commission-says-charity-event-where-student-was-killed-was-not-allowed/ The head of the Nevada Boxing Regulatory Agency said a fraternity charity boxing match in which University of Nevada, Las Vegas student Nathan Tyler Valencia was killed did not not been licensed by the Nevada Athletic Commission. Valencia, 20, died on November 23 of a blunt head trauma, the Clark County coroner’s office said. On […]]]>

The head of the Nevada Boxing Regulatory Agency said a fraternity charity boxing match in which University of Nevada, Las Vegas student Nathan Tyler Valencia was killed did not not been licensed by the Nevada Athletic Commission.

Valencia, 20, died on November 23 of a blunt head trauma, the Clark County coroner’s office said. On November 19, Valencia took part in the charity boxing match organized by the Kappa Sigma fraternity. The event raised funds for Center Ring Boxing, a Las Vegas gym that trains struggling teens.

Commission President Stephen Cloobeck has said Valencia’s death was a homicide and believes police should investigate. The athletic commission will look into the incident, according to the Associated Press.

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said that while they understood that the Clark County Coroner had called Valencia’s death a homicide, they did not expect any criminal charges.

“Although Mr. Valencia’s death is tragic, the circumstances surrounding his death are not criminal and no charges will be laid,” the department said in a statement.

Lawyers Ryan Zimmer and Nick Lasso, who represent Valencia’s parents Cynthia and Michael Valencia from Las Vegas, said they would “fully cooperate and share any information necessary” for the sports commission’s investigation.

“We will hold those responsible for Nathan’s death accountable and ensure that it never happens to another son, daughter or member of this community,” they said.

Witnesses told Zimmer and Lasso that no emergency medical personnel were present at the event and that attendees had passed out in the past and “required hospital treatment,” the lawyers said.

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Witnesses told attorneys for Nathan Tyler Valencia’s parents Ryan Zimmer and Nick Lasso that no emergency medical personnel were present at the event and that attendees had passed out in the past and “required medical attention. hospital care, ”the lawyers said. In this photo, a UNLV student walks around campus after attending a class at UNLV on September 9, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Zimmer and Lasso said it was not clear whether the unidentified man who served as Valencia’s fight referee was professionally trained, and alleged he had been videotaped drinking before the fights.

“It is unacceptable that the person charged with enforcing the rules of combat with the authority to stop a fight is weakened,” the lawyers said.

Cloobeck said the event, which is recognized by the UNLV and has raised charitable funds for years, has not been licensed by the state.

The Sports Commission, as the regulator of what state law calls “hand-to-hand combat contests and exhibitions”, is said to have overseen the promotion, licensing, weigh-ins, referee requirements and insurance. . Medical care was reportedly needed on the spot.

Las Vegas Police said Monday investigators had found “no information indicating there was any criminality at the site” and referred questions to the athletic commission.

“To be clear,” Cloobeck said Tuesday, “the Nevada State Athletic Commission had no jurisdiction over this event or any past event related to it. This does not mean, after our investigation, that we could have jurisdiction over it. ‘to come up. “

“It’s a tragedy. It’s a homicide, as the coroner put it. It’s an event that Metro must fully investigate as a homicide,” he said.

Cloobeck said he believed UNLV, the president of the university, the state board of regents, “all have their own way” and that investigators should examine why the paramedics or medical staff were not in the front row.

UNLV President Keith Whitfield said in a statement Friday that the campus is mourning the death of Valencia and that administrators are planning a review to “determine how off-campus events like these can be as safe as possible.” .


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Alice Cooper’s Christmas Pudding charity event returns with Ace Frehley, Felix Cavaliere des Rascals and more https://twnonline.org/alice-coopers-christmas-pudding-charity-event-returns-with-ace-frehley-felix-cavaliere-des-rascals-and-more/ Mon, 29 Nov 2021 17:07:51 +0000 https://twnonline.org/alice-coopers-christmas-pudding-charity-event-returns-with-ace-frehley-felix-cavaliere-des-rascals-and-more/ Scott Legato / Getty Images It was canceled for 2020, but Alice cooperAlice Cooper’s Christmas Pudding annual charity fundraiser is back for 2021. Scheduled for this Saturday, December 4, the program includes Tom morello, As Frehley, Ed Roland of Collective soul, Mark McGrath of Sugar ray and Felix Cavaliere of the rascals. Of course, Alice […]]]>
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It was canceled for 2020, but Alice cooperAlice Cooper’s Christmas Pudding annual charity fundraiser is back for 2021.

Scheduled for this Saturday, December 4, the program includes Tom morello, As Frehley, Ed Roland of Collective soul, Mark McGrath of Sugar ray and Felix Cavaliere of the rascals. Of course, Alice will be performing with her tour group. It takes place at the Celebrity Theater in Phoenix, Arizona, where Alice lives.

According to Republic of Arizona, Alice’s wife Sheryl Cooper, a choreographer and dance teacher, will perform for the first time at the event.

As always, the event will raise funds to pay for the staff and resources of Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock Teen Centers, which offer free music, dance, arts and vocational programs to young people aged between 12 to 20 years old. There are two of these centers: one in Phoenix and one in Mesa, Arizona.

“The uniqueness of this concert is that you will never see this caliber and variety of performers on the same stage again,” Alice said in a statement. “Come join our ultimate Christmas party and help the teens at Rock Teen Center!” “

Meanwhile, the shock rocker will kick off a tour Jan. 28 in Cincinnati; he will perform eight shows at a February 8 concert in Orlando, Florida. The next day, he embarked on the Monsters of Rock cruise.

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The Toonie Tourney charity event takes place this weekend https://twnonline.org/the-toonie-tourney-charity-event-takes-place-this-weekend/ Thu, 25 Nov 2021 20:18:33 +0000 https://twnonline.org/the-toonie-tourney-charity-event-takes-place-this-weekend/ The Toonie tournament, a round robin style soccer tournament, will take place this weekend from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at the Canada Games Center. (CGC) at Fieldhouse and Flexihall. Through Morris prokop to 25 November 2021 The Toonie tournament, a […]]]>

The Toonie tournament, a round robin style soccer tournament, will take place this weekend from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at the Canada Games Center. (CGC) at Fieldhouse and Flexihall.

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The Toonie tournament, a round robin style soccer tournament, will take place this weekend from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at the Canada Games Center. (CGC) at Fieldhouse and Flexihall.

Each player is asked to bring $ 2 or one non-perishable item to the Whitehorse Food Bank. All proceeds will go to the food bank.

Teams from Haines Junction and Dawson City were invited, but declined due to the current COVID-19 situation. Therefore, only teams from Whitehorse participate.

“We had to sort of tweak it a bit, so it’s not really a tournament at all, just because of the capacity limits and trying to keep the number of people at the Canada Games Center down by same time. Families come and go, there is a lot of traffic and congestion, ”said Travis Banks, office administrator for Whitehorse United FC (WUFC).

Each team will have one to two games, depending on the age group and the number of teams in the league.

“For the most part, everyone is going to show up, play a bit, and then come home,” Banks said.

There will be more than 20 teams participating in the tournament, depending on the number of players present.

A table will be set on the second floor with a view of the fields. A money deposit box will be on the table to prevent excessive handling of money. The public is also invited to make donations.

The tournament will feature staggered start times to avoid traffic jams.

The event also features a “Sunday Showcase” featuring the travel teams.

“The idea is that we have a practice or a game so that we can get more people interested in these kinds of programs, just to show – if a parent has a three year old and is going to love football and that. ‘is something to look forward to when he turns 10, there’s a training group … things like that, “Banks said.

A new program also takes place on Sunday.

“We started a program just for girls,” Banks explained. “It’s also driven by women. So it’s the first time we’ve done something like this.

“There have been women’s soccer teams, but this is the first all-women’s program. It’s through many ages and we have a group of former local soccer players leading the charge on this group. So that’s really cool. ”

The name of the program is “Futures” and will be another flagship event on Sunday. The hope is to recruit players into the soccer program.

“Today you see a lot of it – especially in our older age groups – there’s a lot less interest from the girls side, or if it’s advertised as a co-ed program, not many people get it. sign up, not a lot of girls are on the program, so we think it’s important to try and give them their own space.

“Trying to keep girls in sport, and a big part of that is having female coaches as well. So we’re thrilled with that,” said Banks enthusiastically.

The travel team showcase is scheduled for Sunday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Flexihall.

The Girls Futures program is scheduled for 12:15 p.m. Sunday at the Fieldhouse.


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Cricket charity event raises $ 16,000 – FBC News https://twnonline.org/cricket-charity-event-raises-16000-fbc-news/ Sat, 20 Nov 2021 03:58:58 +0000 https://twnonline.org/cricket-charity-event-raises-16000-fbc-news/ British Deputy High Commissioner Paul Welsh and his wife Jess Welsh organized a cricket charity event to raise money for a colposcope for the Fiji Cancer Society. The event, which brought together seven companies and embassies, succeeded in reaching the goal of $ 16,000. A colposcope is a microscope that examines the warning signs of […]]]>

British Deputy High Commissioner Paul Welsh and his wife Jess Welsh organized a cricket charity event to raise money for a colposcope for the Fiji Cancer Society.

The event, which brought together seven companies and embassies, succeeded in reaching the goal of $ 16,000.

A colposcope is a microscope that examines the warning signs of cervical cancer, and Fiji currently only has one.

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The Welsh family took it upon themselves to help buy this machine to help save the lives of Fijian women who are suffering from this deadly disease.

Welsh says a lot of difference will be made when raising money to fight cancer.

“We’ll get it delivered in January and start using it. We will also pay for training and awareness and I have no doubts that the arrival of this equipment will save the lives of many women in Fiji.

Welsh adds that they will make the cricket tournament an annual event.

Teams from the diplomatic missions of the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, India, the United States and the United Nations were also part of the cricket tournament.

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Stars on Ice: NHS graduates to skate at star-studded charity event https://twnonline.org/stars-on-ice-nhs-graduates-to-skate-at-star-studded-charity-event/ Fri, 19 Nov 2021 20:49:25 +0000 https://twnonline.org/stars-on-ice-nhs-graduates-to-skate-at-star-studded-charity-event/ The investigator and the mirror (November 18, 2021Nantucket High School graduates Maya Balling and Maddy Belanger, members of the Skating Club of Boston’s Team Excel college synchronized skating team, will skate on Saturday, December 4 at the official opening of the club’s new state-of-the-art facility in Norwood. . The two-time U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships Excel […]]]>

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(November 18, 2021Nantucket High School graduates Maya Balling and Maddy Belanger, members of the Skating Club of Boston’s Team Excel college synchronized skating team, will skate on Saturday, December 4 at the official opening of the club’s new state-of-the-art facility in Norwood. .

The two-time U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships Excel team is made up of full-time students who wish to continue competitive skating while pursuing their undergraduate or graduate studies. Over the past five years, team members have come from 15 states and attended 40 New England colleges and universities.

Team Excel opened its 2021 competitive season with a second place finish at Sunday’s Boston Synchronized Skating Classic.

The Dec. 4 event will be the first full capacity paid skating show in the Boston area since 2019 and will be the largest gathering of figure skating Olympians and American champions outside of the Olympics themselves. The event will be hosted by Olympic gold medalist Scott Hamilton, with proceeds going to the CARES Foundation, Mass General Brigham and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

Other American Olympians and Champions at the event included 2014 Olympic Bronze Medalists Marissa Castelli and Simon Shnapir, 2014 American Champion Max Aaron, 2014 Olympic Bronze Medalist Ashley Wagner and Olympic Bronze Medalist. by 2018 Mirai Nagasu.

Skaters who trained to qualify for the Beijing Olympics in 2022 include US International Classic silver medalist Jimmy Ma, US junior champions Maxim Naumov and Gabriella Izzo, bronze medalists in Skateboarding. America Audrey Lu and Misha Mitrofanov, and international contestants Emily Chan and Spencer Howe.

There will also be performances from International Fall Classic champion Marilena Kitromillis, Junior Grand Prix medalist Kseniya Ponomaryova and Collin Brubaker from Ice Dance International, 28-time American synchronized skating champion Haydenettes and Forte. of Boston, the champions of the National Ice Theater.

Tickets for this event cost $ 40 and can be purchased at www.scboston.org/shows. For all events, the Skating Club of Boston follows local and national COVID-19 protocols and masks are required for anyone entering the facility. You can find more information about the Skating Club of Boston at https://scboston.org/.

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Charity event raises funds for Norwood’s new police dog – The Stanly News & Press https://twnonline.org/charity-event-raises-funds-for-norwoods-new-police-dog-the-stanly-news-press/ Mon, 15 Nov 2021 20:40:34 +0000 https://twnonline.org/charity-event-raises-funds-for-norwoods-new-police-dog-the-stanly-news-press/ A Norwood-based nonprofit recently turned to local business with a fundraiser for the Norwood Police Department. Mark Hawkins of Cross Ties Ministries hosted a dinner which, along with a silent auction, raised $ 20,401 for the Police Department for the Cause for Paws Project. The project enabled the ministry to purchase a new police dog […]]]>

A Norwood-based nonprofit recently turned to local business with a fundraiser for the Norwood Police Department.

Mark Hawkins of Cross Ties Ministries hosted a dinner which, along with a silent auction, raised $ 20,401 for the Police Department for the Cause for Paws Project.

The project enabled the ministry to purchase a new police dog as well as the necessary training and supplies.

Hawkins’ organization has been helping students in Nicaragua for about 10 years, including building several churches and an emergency department for a hospital.

Growing up, Hawkins ‘best friend’s brother was Robbins’ police chief. He said he grew up befriending members of the department.

“They were just people and that’s how they treated me,” Hawkins said.

His support for law enforcement, he said, comes from his nearly 20 years of working in the field. Hawkins was the youngest police officer in the state while attending school at Central Piedmont Community College. He then worked for the State Bureau of Investigation.

Hawkins also admitted that his father, a longtime Methodist minister, and his mother helped him start Cross Ties after quitting law enforcement and starting his own polymer business making plastic parts.

When Nicaragua was taken over by a dictatorship, he said, Cross Ties could not continue to stock up. With funds still in the 501 (c) (3) organization, Hawkins said the question had arisen as to what the group could do in their Norwood garden.

Raising money for a new Norwood police dog was the solution, he said.

“These men and women have to show they are appreciated,” Hawkins said. “We thank them for their service and that we know they go above and beyond.”

Norwood Police Chief James Wilson said he was “extremely grateful to Mark and Kay Hawkins for organizing this event. It is very humbling to see members of our community coming together to support their police service. I was shocked that such a large sum was raised in one evening to fund a new K9 for the town of Norwood. It is always exciting to have such positive partnerships between a community and its police service.

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Knoles Elementary Closes Socktober Charity Event | Education https://twnonline.org/knoles-elementary-closes-socktober-charity-event-education/ Sun, 14 Nov 2021 13:30:00 +0000 https://twnonline.org/knoles-elementary-closes-socktober-charity-event-education/ Mandy Newgard’s grade two class at Knoles Elementary School is holding some of the 2,100 pairs of new socks the school’s students collected as part of the annual Socktober Sock Drive. The socks will be donated to Hope Cottage, The Sunshine Rescue Mission and The Fourth World Foundation. Presley Alvite, 6, holds up two packs […]]]>

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Throughout October, Knoles Elementary ran its annual sock donation campaign to benefit local organizations. This year’s Socktober, as it’s called, was the biggest to date, with the school community donating more than 2,000 pairs of socks.

Socktober in Knoles started out as a two-class collaborative project, inspired by the Kid President YouTube channel, said second-grade teacher Mandy Newgard, who helped start the project. It has since spread to the whole school.

Newgard said the project has continued to grow over its six years.

“We were just thrilled to have a few hundred pairs and that was about it, the first time; we had no idea. But we had a target and we have exceeded our target every year, ”she said.

Families in Knoles have donated a total of 2,098 pairs of socks this year to people in need of all ages and genders. The initial target for the year was 1,200 pairs. Last year, the school hosted a driving version of the event, collecting around 600 pairs. The previous year, the highest, had just over 1,000 pairs given.

Music teacher Joe Rauschenbach said 2021 was a “banner year” for fundraising.

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“It has practically doubled in the event of a pandemic,” he said. “It’s pretty amazing.”

The socks are donated to Sunshine Rescue Mission and Hope Cottage as well as the Fourth World Foundation in Flagstaff.


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A charity event to raise funds for vulnerable street dogs https://twnonline.org/a-charity-event-to-raise-funds-for-vulnerable-street-dogs/ Sat, 13 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://twnonline.org/a-charity-event-to-raise-funds-for-vulnerable-street-dogs/ A VEGAN charity event is set to raise funds for an animal charity that helps treat vulnerable street dogs in India. A vegan puppy and dog training instructor for over 40 years hosts the special charity evening. The instructor from Notley Puppy and Dog Training School is expected to host a vegan curry buffet at […]]]>

A VEGAN charity event is set to raise funds for an animal charity that helps treat vulnerable street dogs in India.

A vegan puppy and dog training instructor for over 40 years hosts the special charity evening.

The instructor from Notley Puppy and Dog Training School is expected to host a vegan curry buffet at Zara Indian Restaurant in Woodham Mortimer on Sunday, November 28.

The event will help raise much-needed funds for Animal Aid Unlimited India, a charity that helps treat sick and injured street dogs.

Gary wrote and published a vegan Indian electronic cookbook, Wotnomeat Goes Indian, during the lockdown.

The buffet will feature recipes from the book as well as some of the vegan favorites from the Zara menu.

Gary said: “It’s a great way to show how delicious and diverse a vegan diet can be and at the same time raise money for an awesome charity.”

The event starts at 4 p.m. and the cost of the buffet will be £ 25 per person, of which £ 5 will be donated to the charity. Children under 10 will pay £ 10.

Anyone interested in participating should contact Gary Notley by email at notleypts@yahoo.co.uk or 07547 197833.

The eBook is also available on Amazon and the proceeds will also go to the charity.


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Cannabis Co. of Rachael Rapinoe, Mendi and skater Leo Baker hosted a charity event in Detroit https://twnonline.org/cannabis-co-of-rachael-rapinoe-mendi-and-skater-leo-baker-hosted-a-charity-event-in-detroit/ Mon, 25 Oct 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://twnonline.org/cannabis-co-of-rachael-rapinoe-mendi-and-skater-leo-baker-hosted-a-charity-event-in-detroit/ All-natural brand of salvaged cannabis MENDI recently added Michigan’s leading cannabis retailer Cannabis jars (JARS) as a new business partner for 2021. To celebrate this partnership, the brands, as well as the professional skateboarder ambassador Leo Baker gathered for a real community event, WAKE-N-SKATE, in support of Community Push, a Detroit-based nonprofit that bridges the […]]]>

All-natural brand of salvaged cannabis MENDI recently added Michigan’s leading cannabis retailer Cannabis jars (JARS) as a new business partner for 2021.

To celebrate this partnership, the brands, as well as the professional skateboarder ambassador Leo Baker gathered for a real community event, WAKE-N-SKATE, in support of Community Push, a Detroit-based nonprofit that bridges the gap between skateboarders and their communities.

WAKE-N-SKATE was held at the Bishop DIY Skatepark in Detroit last Friday and included a build of new park-exclusive features, a park-wide cleanup and an intimate chat with Leo Baker. Additionally, JARS donated $ 5,000 to support Community Push and its initiatives across Detroit.

“We are delighted to partner with JARS Cannabis stores in the State of Michigan and their locations in Arizona. They are a premier retailer and like-minded partner to us as we continue to grow our business footprint and brand visibility nationwide. Most importantly, we feel honored to bring our team and Leo Baker to Detroit this Friday the 22nd to support a local nonprofit, Community Push, to help rebuild skate parks in Detroit to promote health, the well-being and movement in the community ”, Rachel Rapinoé, Mendi’s CEO told Benzinga.


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Fleur-de-Links, October 15: Demario Davis announces charity event for next month https://twnonline.org/fleur-de-links-october-15-demario-davis-announces-charity-event-for-next-month/ Fri, 15 Oct 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://twnonline.org/fleur-de-links-october-15-demario-davis-announces-charity-event-for-next-month/ Saints of New Orleans New: Saints Week 6 Power Rankings: New Orleans takes a positive note as Week 6 approaches – Canal Street Chronicles The Saints are up in all major NFL power rankings, reaching 11th in multiple rankings. New Orleans Saints linebacker Demario Davis to host Dining for Dreams on November 8 – New […]]]>

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Saints Week 6 Power Rankings: New Orleans takes a positive note as Week 6 approaches – Canal Street Chronicles

The Saints are up in all major NFL power rankings, reaching 11th in multiple rankings.

New Orleans Saints linebacker Demario Davis to host Dining for Dreams on November 8 – New Orleans Saints

Demario Davis and his Devoted Dreamers Foundation are hosting a charity dinner called Dining for Dreams.

HBCU Legacy Bowl partnership with Jameis Winston confirmed by co-founder Doug Williams – HBCU Legends

Jameis Winston and his Dream Forever Foundation have partnered with the HBCU Legacy Bowl with a 3-year deal.

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New t-shirt available to commemorate Marquez Callaway’s first semester Hail Mary – Canal Street Chronicles

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