· Levittown, PA
· Saturday, June 23, 2012
· All day
Come out on Saturday June 23, 2012 (rain date June 30) for the Wounded Warrior Adam Keys Benefit Horseshoe Tournament hosted by American Legion Riders Chapter 960 and the Sons of the American Legion Squadron 960. The event is being held at the American Legion Post 960 located at 1537 Woodbourne Road in Levittown. The event is a benefit tournament for an American soldier wounded in an IED attack while on patrol in Afghanistan. Adam survived the attack but is a multiple amputee as a result of the injuries.
Adam is from Whitehall, PA, but has been undergoing treatment and care for his injuries for over two years at various locations including Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland and Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas.
All event proceeds go directly to Adam for use in his care and treatment.
The horseshoe tournament will be two person teams, $50 entry fee per team(no refunds unless tournament is cancelled). A Double elimination styled tournament limited to first 50 teams to register. Entry fee includes tournament, food, beverages, and one door prize entry. Trophies will be awarded to the top three teams. Team check-in starts at 8AM and games start at 9AM. It's $10 for Non-tournament playing spectators for food and beverages. $5 for door prize entry (limit of one door prize entry per person).
For more information, contact Carl Trinko at ALR960@yahoo.com or (215) 939-1861
Kevin Savoy at Alr960vp@verizon.net or (215) 651-8917