Ray Roy Memorial Snow Much Fun Coed Softball Tournament

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Prevent Child Abuse Organization

Prevent Child Abuse Vermont

Hartford Parks and Recreation Department

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Welcome to the home page for the Snow Much Fun Softball Tournament founded in 2008 and SPONSORED by Saint J Auto Group Mascoma Savings BankThe Rotary Club of White River JunctionKeith and Judy SternCommunity BankTimken Aerospaceand by family members of Jean Lemire in her memory. We were also very excited to have formed a partnership with the Hartford Parks and Recreation Department, beginning in 2016, their suppport and backing of the event was a tremendous addition. Thank you to all of you who contributed to our final tournament in 2019 and helped us raise $2500 for the Prevent Child Abuse Organizations of Vermont.  

Beginning in 2009 all proceeds went to help the Prevent Child Abuse Organization.   Child Abuse happens far too often, yet is a cause that isn't always thought of when people want to help others.    This tournament gave people a chance to help abused children, while having the fun of playing softball in an unorthadoxed manner.    
 
It's been our honor and privilege to host this event for the past 12 years.    We couldn't have done it without the support of so many friends, teams, and family.    In our 12 years we raised $52,800, of which $45,200 was distributed to the Prevent Child Abuse Organizations of Vermont and New Hampshire over the past 11 years.    
 
With any event, the time comes to move on and it was just time for this one, but we'll miss everyone and hope to see everyone from time to time.
 
Sincerely,
     Rick & Tiffany Currier