"We want as many people as possible to visit the Cup while it's here," says Clement. "This is a magical opportunity to see the legendary professional hockey trophy in person and help two excellent causes at the same time."
The Stanley Cup, which has posed with hundreds of champion hockey players since 1893 and is on the road some 300 days a year, has a mystique that transcends its direct connection to the sport. Even those who aren't die-hard fans of ice hockey will want to see this shining symbol of athletic excellence when the Flyers Alumni, led by Clement, host the Cup here in Bucks County.
This exciting fundraiser is open to all from 11:00-5:00 at Middle Bucks Institute of Technology, 2740 York Road in Jamison, Warwick Township. The event includes opportunities to pose for professional photos with the towering Stanley Cup, bid on items in a giant silent auction and participate in a raffle for great autographed Flyers jerseys, pucks and sticks. The grand raffle prize is a private suite for 14 to watch the Flyers play the Atlanta Thrashers on January 21 at the Wachovia Center and meet after the game with Philadelphia players Danny Brière, Jeff Carter, Mike Richards, Riley Cote and Martin Biron.
Admission tickets, available at the door, are $2 for adults and $1 for kids 12 and under—with a maximum charge of $5 per family. For just $20, individuals or families can pose with the Cup for a professionally shot photograph that captures this exciting moment. Raffle tickets are $10 each or 3 for $25, and these can be purchased securely right on the website, www.StanleyCupBucksCounty.org
, as well as at the event on November 15.
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or go to the website, email info@StanleyCupBucksCounty.org, or call NOVA at 215.348.1698.