Help Get A Kid In The Game, Jordan Moxam Memorial Golf Classic

The message below was received from Tom Moxam, who runs a great organization that helps kids play lacrosse and hockey.

We are pleased to announce that perennial all-star lacrosse player & long-time captain of the Toronto Rock, Jim Veltman, will be the special guest speaker at the ‘08 Jordan Moxam Memorial golf classic.

The Jordan Moxam Memorial golf classic raises funds to provide underprivileged children with the opportunity to play hockey and lacrosse. This year’s tournament will be held Saturday, September 27 at Deerfield golf club in Oakville. This is a great opportunity to help “Get a Kid in the Game”, and hear Jim Veltmans remarkable story.

How can you help?

There are still openings for a limited number of foursomes and individual golfers. We are in need of silent auction items such as sporting event tickets, hockey or lacrosse equipment, electronic items, restaurant certificates. There also limited number of all sponsorships available.

If you would like to golf or help us out with the sponsorship or silent auction item, please call 905-689-3064, email dmoxam@cogeco.ca or go to www.moxam.org for additional information.

Thanks for your support, let’s all work together to get a kid in the game.

About Jim Veltman

Jim played for the Toronto Rock, the Ontario Raiders, and the Buffalo Bandits in the National Lacrosse League. During his career he won 8 NLL championships, three with the Buffalo Bandits and then five more with the Rock, where he was captain for ten seasons.

Jim also won the Mann cup 4 times and was captain of the 2003 Canadian team that won the World Championships.

Jim led the National Lacrosse League in loose balls in 14 out of the 16 seasons he played, earning him the nickname “Scoop”. He was the first recipient of the National Lacrosse League Sportsmanship
Award in 2002, and was named league MVP in 2004

About Jordan Moxam Memorial Programs

The Jordan Moxam Memorial programs were started in 2004 after our 12 year old son Jordan passed away after a 20 month battle with cancer. Besides being a caring and giving person Jordan was a hockey and lacrosse enthusiast. In honor of his memory and help those less fortunate the Jordan Moxam Memorial programs were started.

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