Cleveland Blondes vs. Brunettes: Benefitting the Alzheimer's Association


Blondes vs. Brunettes
Flag Football Game

2014 FUNDRAISING GOAL $51,000 2014 FUNDRAISING GOAL
$45,917 raised, $5,083  To GO

Cleveland’s Blondes vs. Brunettes

Blondes vs. Brunettes is the Flag Football sensation that has raised more than $2 million nationally and is played in more than 40 cities nationwide to help fight Alzheimer’s disease.

In 2012, a passionate and community-minded group of Clevelanders brought this epic ladies’ flag football game to our hometown and called it BvBCLE. The event was a huge success and raised $45,917 to help support research and the Cleveland Area Chapter’s FREE programs and services for the more than 56,000 affected in Northeast Ohio.

To-date, BvBCLE has raised more than $120,000 and we are excited to make the 4th annual event bigger and better than ever! Join us as we come together in June 2015 to fight for yards, glory, flags… and most of all a cure.

HOW TO GET INVOLVED
Two teams, divided to reflect the age-old rivalry between Blondes and Brunettes, compete in this battle against Alzheimer’s. Red heads and everyone else in between are free agents and choose their team. Ladies play, but anyone can coach, join a committee or make a donation to BvBCLE. For more information about the kickoff, practices and game day, contact Sheryl Berman at sberman@alz.org or 216-342-5566.

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