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Annual Wounded Warrior BBQ And Basketball Event At Loews Resort

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Posted: Friday, May 3, 2019 4:18 pm

Join the Old Goats and Kids Who Care (Young Goats ages 5-12 from Coronado Schools) at a barbecue and wounded warrior wheelchair basketball game hosted by Loews Coronado Bay Resort in conjunction with its Good Neighbor program.

The wounded warrior NMCSD Wolfpack wheelchair basketball team will take on the Loews Good Neighbor team and team Coronado, led by Mayor Richard Bailey, in two separate games of wheelchair basketball. Former mayor Casey Tanaka and former councilman Mike Woiwode will referee and councilmember Bill Sandke will provide live action commentary. The entire family is invited to enjoy the games and the delicious barbecue prepared by the Loews Coronado Bay Resort culinary team.

This fun event takes place on Saturday, May 18, from 3:30 to 6 p.m. at the Loews Coronado Bay Resort, 4000 Loews Coronado Bay Road. Event sponsors are Loews Coronado Bay Resort, the Coronado Times, and Eagle Newspapers. A minimum $25 donation includes the barbecue and basketball tournament. Please visit and note that the donation is in honor of the Loews BBQ event. Bring your email receipt for admission. To pay by check, please make payable to WFFS, note the Loews BBQ event and mail to Ben Hallowell 850 C Ave. #1 Coronado, CA 92118.

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