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Almost 100 new and young professionals braved sun and
sweltering temperatures at the seventh annual new and young
professionals charity kickball tournament at Norton Park
in Plainville.
Nine teams faced off in the friendly competition that raised
$1,825 to benefit Foundation for Life, a charity whose mission
is to improve the quality of life for people and families in the
Northeast through actions that promote change and deepen
connections within the community. Donations from the tourna-
ment will be used to purchase bikes and safety equipment for
local children in need.
In between play, participants kicked back with lawn games and
an ice water mist sprayer, a special visit from a Mister Softee
truck sponsored by Barnum Financial Group, and a cook-
out lunch sponsored by the MSA at CCSU. The fields and
park used were donated by Plainville Parks and Recreation,
and the large printed check was donated by J.S. McCarthy
Printers. The tournament was made possible by tournament
sponsor CWPM, LLC.
Fiondella, Milone & LaSaracina took home the title and the tro-
phy, beating BlumShapiro in the championship round. Thanks
to everyone who came out to watch, volunteered their time,
and the players from the following companies:
New and Young Professionals
Kickball Tournament Raises $1,825
for Foundation for Life's Bikes for Kids
BlumShapiro
CIGNA
CohnReznick
Fiondella, Milone & LaSaracina
King, King & Associates
KPMG
RSM US (two teams!)
Whittlesey & Hadley
Ice Cream Truck Sponsor
Cookout Sponsor
Tournament Sponsor
Field Donation
Large Printed Check Donation
Plainville Parks
and Recreation
AUGUSTA
PORTLAND
BOSTON
HARTFORD
NEW
YORK
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