April 8, 2014 > Basketball game to benefit Autism Speaks
Basketball game to benefit Autism Speaks
Submitted By Chalyn Coleman Groux
On Sunday, April 13 the East Bay Nets AAU Youth Basketball team will host a Charity Basketball Game and Raffle to benefit Autism Speaks. Fifty percent of all proceeds raised will be donated directly to Autism Speaks, Inc. Raffle prizes include gift cards, autographed Golden State Warriors memorabilia, and a big screen LCD TV. Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance online at www.eastbaynets.com.
East Bay Nets is a non-profit organization founded by Chalyn Coleman Groux and Lilibeth Castaneto, two moms seeking an empowering and highly competitive basketball program for girls and boys in the Tri-Cities. Together they started the East Bay Nets and now provide kids, ages 10-18, with a basketball program that reminds them to always put education first and teaches them that hard work pays off. Please join with the East Bay Nets at the benefit for Autism Speaks!
Basketball benefit for Autism Speaks
Sunday, Apr 13
Newark Memorial High School
39375 Cedar Blvd, Newark
$8/adults; $5 kids; $3 raffle tickets