Christmas is over which means the Boardwalk Basketball Classic is kicking off! There are also some charitable races and appreciation breakfasts happening this weekend at the Shore. Check out some weekend highlights here.
Boardwalk Basketball Classic
Friday, December 26 to Tuesday, December 30 from 9-5 PM
Where: Wildwood Convention Center 4501 Boardwalk, Wildwood
The Boardwalk Basketball Classic Tournament was founded in 1998 and continues to be the largest single-venue coed high school holiday basketball tournament in the United States. This five-day tournament helps to raise college scholarship money for graduating seniors for the two high schools that host the tournament, Wildwood and Wildwood Catholic. The event is made up of brackets named in memory of residents from the area. The 2013 tournament hosted over 70+ different girls’ and boys’ high school basketball teams from New Jersey and other surrounding states. The Boardwalk Basketball Classic is strictly a not-for-profit event and has raised over $275,000 in scholarship money since its inception.
For additional information on the Boardwalk Basketball Classic visit www.bbclassic.com.
Tim Kerr Charities: Dashing Through the Sand
Saturday, December 27 from 9:30-12:30 PM
Where: Avalon Community Hall 3001 Avalon Avenue, Avalon
Tim Kerr Charities, Inc. was created by Tim Kerr specifically to raise funds for physically and mentally challenged children and their families. For more information see their website at www.timkerrcharities.org.
Salute, Support and Honor Law Enforcement Breakfast
Sunday, December 28 from 8:30-10 AM
Where: Macedonia Baptist Church Franklin and Lafayette Streets, Cape May
The Macedonia Baptist Church wishes to take time to celebrate and honor our
men and women who work in Law Enforcement in Cape May County. We
appreciate all you do. We stand with you. We celebrate your sacrifice and service.
Please come and have breakfast with us as we honor you. Salute! The event is free for Law Enforcement members and their families.
For more information about these, and other community events, see the Herald’s online calendar.
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