4th Annual JBT Regatta – July 15th

Summer is back!!  In six weeks we will continue to fight DIPG at the 4th Annual JBT Regatta & Auction in support of The Cure Starts Now Foundation.  Get out your calendar and mark “JBT” on Saturday, July 15th and we’ll see you at the Winnipesaukee Yacht Club in Gilford. ALL ARE WELCOME!!

Four years ago, on June 2nd 2013, John was diagnosed with DIPG.  We are blessed to have received so much support and love during his 11 month fight and these three years after. Our annual Regatta has been an incredible way for our community to come together to help to ensure that the New Hampshire Chapter continues to be an influential player in the fight against DIPG.  We thank you all for keeping us and this cause close to your heart.

Boats will set sail in the morning.  Live music, Auction and Award Ceremony festivities to commence at 4pm.  On-lookers are welcome to enjoy the WYC beach all day.  Bring the whole family to cheer on the sailors, enjoy the music, take a dip in the lake and bid on great local auction items!  Light food will be served, BYOB.

If you are interested in sailing, supporting the cause with an auction item or just making a donation, please email Jesse at jesse@ndprecast.com. Our family is one of many in this fight – We have committed to never give up, just like John.  Please know that The Cure Starts Now Foundation is making incredible progress in finding the homerun cure.

We are making a difference … Together!

2 thoughts on “4th Annual JBT Regatta – July 15th

  1. “It always seems impossible, until it’s done.”
    –Nelson Mandela

    If anyone can do it, it’s the pair of you. Can’t wait to be there to support you this summer:). Xo❤️

  2. Hello Thompson family 😊 I love to see that you are keeping John Bradleys memory alive. I think of you often . Love from Pam from SJ

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