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BALLIN FOR A CURE


9th Annual 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament to Benefit Johns Hopkins Scleroderma Center | August 12, 2017

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BALLIN FOR A CURE


9th Annual 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament to Benefit Johns Hopkins Scleroderma Center | August 12, 2017

 

3-ON-3 BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT


August 12, 2017 • 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
LOYOLA BLAKEFIELD, TOWSON MD
$40 / PLAYER

 

Each team is randomly placed in a pool of 4 - 6 teams depending on total participation.
The top 1 or 2 from each bracket, depending on participation, advance to a playoff bracket.


Ballin For A Cure “Scleroderma” is an event run with the sole intention of raising money for The Johns Hopkins Scleroderma Foundation.  The event was started in memory of Cathi Keilty who passed in May 2008 after battling with Scleroderma for a year. The first annual Ballin For A Cure was held in August of 2008 and was very successful in raising $3,500.  A total of 12 teams participated and Team Catonsville was able to take home the trophy after 4 hours on the courts.

Cathi was a very compassionate woman who often gave much of herself to help others. It is in that spirit that Ballin for a Cure was created – to raise money to help others who are battling this often devastating disease.

 

About


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Catherine Anne Keilty is remembered as a loving mother to three children, T.J., Caitlin, and Casey, and a caring wife to Tom Keilty. Born Catherine Anne Sailor in 1959 in Redwood City, Calif. She earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from California State University at Long Beach. In 1992, she moved with her family to Aberdeen, where she was hired to assist with the start of the Aberdeen Clorox manufacturing plant. In 1998, she left that business to become a full-time mother. Cathi was known for her infectious smile and zest for living, She derived her greatest joy from her children. Cathi loved to ski, spend time on the beach, take long walks, shop and watch her children play sports.  The event honors Cathi Keilty, who passed away from an aggressive form of scleroderma. Cathi’s family and friends founded the event to raise awareness and fund research for new treatment options and a cure for the disease.  Join us for an exciting day of basketball filled with fun and laughter as we raise money for the Johns Hopkins Scleroderma Center.

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