Supersized event to help beat cancer

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

Soccerworld Hamilton, in conjunction with IHP, and in support of the Childhood Cancer Foundation, is planning to kick off a special family day inside the Dome on Saturday, March18.

This indoor event, known as the Super Sized Family Adventure Show, will appeal to all ages, offering an exciting March Break destination.

Former Hamilton Tiger-Cat quarterback Danny McManus, traded in 2005 to the Edmonton Eskimos, has signed on as Grand Marshall for the event.

"I am proud to be part of this great team - a team of people who are focused on supporting children and families who are affected by cancer - a team of people that share, support and are a great example of our community's caring," he said. "Together as a team we can continue to fight and ultimately find a cure for childhood cancer. As Sir Winston Churchill said, 'We make a living by what we get, but we make a life out of what we give.'"

TIGER-CAT JERSEY

McManus has donated a signed Tiger-Cats jersey to be auctioned off on March 18, in support of the Childhood Cancer Foundation.

The Super Sized Family Event will also feature: Max and Ruby as seen on Treehouse TV; "Zoo To You," the Bowmanville Zoo's staged presentations with live animals, including live camel and elephant rides; Mad Science and Magic Mike. Event information is available at www.soccerworldhamilton.com

Soccerworld Hamilton Sports Dome is located at 170 Frid Street, Hamilton.

For information about the Childhood Cancer Foundation go to www.childhoodcancer.ca

For further information, call 1-800-266 2716 or email: ihp@on.aibn.com

Supersized event to help beat cancer

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

Soccerworld Hamilton, in conjunction with IHP, and in support of the Childhood Cancer Foundation, is planning to kick off a special family day inside the Dome on Saturday, March18.

This indoor event, known as the Super Sized Family Adventure Show, will appeal to all ages, offering an exciting March Break destination.

Former Hamilton Tiger-Cat quarterback Danny McManus, traded in 2005 to the Edmonton Eskimos, has signed on as Grand Marshall for the event.

"I am proud to be part of this great team - a team of people who are focused on supporting children and families who are affected by cancer - a team of people that share, support and are a great example of our community's caring," he said. "Together as a team we can continue to fight and ultimately find a cure for childhood cancer. As Sir Winston Churchill said, 'We make a living by what we get, but we make a life out of what we give.'"

TIGER-CAT JERSEY

McManus has donated a signed Tiger-Cats jersey to be auctioned off on March 18, in support of the Childhood Cancer Foundation.

The Super Sized Family Event will also feature: Max and Ruby as seen on Treehouse TV; "Zoo To You," the Bowmanville Zoo's staged presentations with live animals, including live camel and elephant rides; Mad Science and Magic Mike. Event information is available at www.soccerworldhamilton.com

Soccerworld Hamilton Sports Dome is located at 170 Frid Street, Hamilton.

For information about the Childhood Cancer Foundation go to www.childhoodcancer.ca

For further information, call 1-800-266 2716 or email: ihp@on.aibn.com

Supersized event to help beat cancer

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

Soccerworld Hamilton, in conjunction with IHP, and in support of the Childhood Cancer Foundation, is planning to kick off a special family day inside the Dome on Saturday, March18.

This indoor event, known as the Super Sized Family Adventure Show, will appeal to all ages, offering an exciting March Break destination.

Former Hamilton Tiger-Cat quarterback Danny McManus, traded in 2005 to the Edmonton Eskimos, has signed on as Grand Marshall for the event.

"I am proud to be part of this great team - a team of people who are focused on supporting children and families who are affected by cancer - a team of people that share, support and are a great example of our community's caring," he said. "Together as a team we can continue to fight and ultimately find a cure for childhood cancer. As Sir Winston Churchill said, 'We make a living by what we get, but we make a life out of what we give.'"

TIGER-CAT JERSEY

McManus has donated a signed Tiger-Cats jersey to be auctioned off on March 18, in support of the Childhood Cancer Foundation.

The Super Sized Family Event will also feature: Max and Ruby as seen on Treehouse TV; "Zoo To You," the Bowmanville Zoo's staged presentations with live animals, including live camel and elephant rides; Mad Science and Magic Mike. Event information is available at www.soccerworldhamilton.com

Soccerworld Hamilton Sports Dome is located at 170 Frid Street, Hamilton.

For information about the Childhood Cancer Foundation go to www.childhoodcancer.ca

For further information, call 1-800-266 2716 or email: ihp@on.aibn.com