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4th Annual Mayo Bowl

Below is some information on a great Patriots-related charity event that should be a blast to attend for any fan of New England football.  Not only do you get to bowl with current Patriots superstars, but you get to support a great cause!
New England Patriots Defensive Captain Jerod Mayo’s Celebrity Bowling Tournament Presented by Bob’s 
Discount Furniture to Raise Funds for Boston Medical Center and “Pitching in for Kids”
WHAT: On Monday, September 16th, New England Patriots defensive superstar Jerod Mayo will host the 4th annual “Mayo Bowl” celebrity charity bowling tournament, held at Kings, Dedham. 
Event attendees will enjoy hors d’oeuvres and complimentary Sam Adams, as well as a silent and live auction. Participants get the chance to bowl alongside celebrities while donating to two wonderful charities. All proceeds from this event will benefit Boston Medical Center and Pitching in for Kids. Last year, 45 current Patriots players were in attendance and even more retired players and coaches. 
A limited number of party tickets are available to the public for $85.  Tickets can be purchased online by going to and clicking on the link.
WHO: Jerod Mayo
Current and Retired Patriots
WHEN: Monday, September 16, 2013
6:00 pm – Red Carpet & Team Check-in
7:00 pm – Celebrity Introductions
7:15 pm – Bowling Tournament Begins
8:30 pm – Live Auction
9:00 pm – Silent Auction Closes
9:30 pm – Awards Ceremony
WHERE: Kings Dedham
600 Legacy Place
Dedham, MA 
Boston Medical Center provides consistently excellent and accessible health services to all in need of care regardless of status or ability to pay – “exceptional care, without exception.”
Pitching in for Kids, Inc. (PIFK) is a dynamic nonprofit organization dedicated to providing specifically earmarked grants designed to improve the lives of children across the New England region.
Derek Hanson

About Derek Hanson

Doctor by day, blogger by night, Derek Hanson is the founder of the Bloguin Network and has been a Patriots fan for more than 20 years.