Several hundred Milwaukee-area business executives joined current and former members of the Milwaukee Bucks on the golf course Monday to help raise money for the community.
As an organization, the Eagles are committed to helping the community. Various members of the team have their own charities and foundations to make the world a better place. Tight end Zach Ertz is the latest member of the team to take a step towards reaching out. He and his wife, Julie, announced the establishment of the Ertz Family Foundation.
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Friday, June 8 marks the beginning of the annual Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation‘s June Golf Classic weekend. Mason Crosby has been a big part of the tradition for the past five years– but now, he has a very personal connection to the cause.
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Right now, anything having to do with the Eagles is very big – bigger than ever, in a town where the Eagles are important 365 days a year. Foundation officials said about 25,000 tickets were sold in advance for the Carson Wentz AO1 Foundation charity softball game. “The goal is to provide something different, provide a community atmosphere, just love on people,” Wentz said. “It’ll hopefully change lives in this community, and hopefully get people plugged into their faith, and get to know Jesus Christ through it as well.”
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Andrew Bernstein is the NBA’s longest tenured league photographer. He has shot some of the biggest moments in NBA history, including 35 NBA Finals. He has also photographed the legendary Rockets matchup with the Lakers. He was on court May 14th when James Harden and Kevin Durant clashed in Game 1. Berstein explains that relationships are key, referencing his long-time kinship with Chris Paul.
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Hundreds of people attended a special charity event in downtown Milwaukee on Saturday. All the money raised benefits Camp Hometown Heroes, a free week-long camp in Wisconsin for children who lost a parent or sibling through service in the U.S. Military. The goal of the event was to raise $100,000 for the camp.
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