It was a thrilling overtime win for the New England Wolves last Saturday and an huge success for the JBT Shootout. All together, the skaters raised more act $33,000 for the Cure Starts Now. Ben Coapland led the pack raising more than any other skater in the history of the event. Great work Ben!
Eight skaters made it the second round of the shootout. Ben, Chad and Neil made it to a second round of sudden death. Neil came out victorious. Well done Neil!
Thanks to our community for your incredible love and support. See you next year.
Join in the family fun at the 7th Annual JBT Hockey Shootout this Saturday January 28th 6:30 PM at the Merrill Fay Ice Arena.
BIG thanks to our New England Wolves, who will take on the Seacoast Spartans, and the ten generous, hard working locals participating in the Not So Mini One-On-One Shootout Competition. The winner of the shootout takes home the JBT Trophy!
Our skaters would appreciate your help with fundraising. Please go to: https://events.thecurestartsnow.org/jbt-shootout/ Every $500 a skater raises gets them one puck in the shootout. Choose a competitor and make your tax deductible donation. Every dollar moves us closer to curing DIPG and finding the homerun cure for pediatric cancer!
Above all, this event is about community. Each year, your love and support fills the hearts of all involved with joy and amazement.
Thank you all.
Together, we are making a difference. Together, we will find the cure.
We are bringing back the Regatta Party for 2022!! Come by the WYC 4:00 – 6:30 for a BBQ, music by Cody James and a Live Auction! We have a hefty list of amazing packages that you are going to want to bid on! We are very grateful to be able to gather together again.
As always, we thank you for your continued support. We are making a big difference in cancer research and getting closer to the day when we hear “you are cured”.
Thanks to everyone who came out to support the NE Wolves & The Cure Starts Now Foundation last night at the Merrill Fay Arena. Collectively, we raised $32K for DIPG research and we had so much fun in the process. Thank you to all the skaters and supporters!
After two rounds and a true shoot-out, Chad Baron was able to retain his Crown as the Not So Mini One-on-One Champion! Thanks to all for your continued support and inspiration for our Family — It means the World.
Save the Date! Our 6th Annual “Not So Mini” One-on-One JBT Shootout will be on Saturday, January 22nd at 6 PM at the Merrill Fay Ice Arena, Laconia NH.
We hope you’ll come out to the arena to the enjoy the festivities and help support the fundraising efforts of our 10 skaters. Please click here to get to the skaters fundraising pages and support the talented skaters of you choice. The Shootout consists of 2 Rounds with a Championship Round. For every $1,000 raised by each skater, they get a puck for every Round. The more money raised, the more chances to shoot one in the net and take home the Trophy.
We lost John 7 1/2 years ago to DIPG. He’d be 14 today, in the middle of his freshman year in high school at Gilford. DIPG is a rare and devastating brain tumor. Through all your support to the Cure Starts Now Foundation, we have funded the best oncologists to research this type of tumor with the goal to find a Homerun Cure for all Cancers. It’s not going to happen this year and probably not next year. Yet, we believe in our hearts that it will happen. By joining us and getting involved with this event, you’re fueling this fight and pushing this educated and effective research in a positive direction.
Today is the 8th Annual JBT Regatta. Sailors are ready and the wind is picking up! It will be a fantastic day! Come out to watch if you can. Boats cross the starting line in front of the WYC at noon, and will sail around the Witches and back.
It’s not too late to support a boat! And it’s very easy to donate, just click on THIS LINK, scroll down and choose a boat / sailor to support. Thank you!
The Gunstock Ski Club has generously donated a GSC Membership (no restrictions) for the JBT Regatta! We are auctioning this off, until 7pm tonight, to the highest bidder/donation (must comment donation as a GSC high bid and/or comment on this post). Current high bid is $1500. https://www.gunstockskiclub.com/
We’re only a month away from the 8th Annual JBT Regatta… It’s very easy to donate, just click on the orange link, scroll down and choose a boat / sailor to support. This link also gives you more information on the day’s events.
All Sailors are being asked to raise money for The Cure Starts Now Foundation — The more they collect the greater their advantage on the race course. Play favorites, go with your gut, throw a dart or just help boost the boats towards the bottom.
Every year we see Grant Applications that are generating exciting breakthroughs in treatments for DIPG … Our efforts are leading to results. We are making a difference! It’s a collective effort but we’re not finished, we still need your support.
Thank you for your consideration — We appreciate your continued generosity and we’re looking forward to another special day Honoring John.
Thank you to everyone that made the New England Wolves’ Annual JBT Shoot-Out Game a huge success! Combined, the skaters raised over $15,000 in honor of John Bradley and the Cure Starts Now Foundation.
The game was so fun! The Wolves fought hard against the Avalanche and scored the winning goal in overtime. This win gives the Wolves the second seat going into their season playoffs. Good luck Wolves!!
Congratulations to Champ John McKenzie for winning in the JBT shootout!! John took the trophy following his goal in the sudden- death second round.
As always we are so honored, thankful and proud of our community. For always having us in your thoughts and joining us in our mission to find the home run cure for cancer.