RIVER DRAGONS RAISE $7,000 FOR CHARITY
COLUMBUS, GA - The Columbus River Dragons are proud to announce today the team has raised $7,000 to benefit The Columbus Shrine Club as a result of its Ugly Sweater jersey auction.
Worn in the game on December 16 and auctioned through the DASH app, the River Dragons organization auctioned off the Ugly Sweater jerseys with all proceeds benefiting The Shrine Club of Columbus.
The River Dragons organization wishes to thank all those who put their time, effort, and money into making the team a success both on and off the ice. We look forward to continuing our mission to help those in need right here in the Chattahoochee Valley and beyond.
About The Columbus Shrine Club:
The Shriners organization has a long history of helping children and families in need. Today, there are 22 Shriners Hospitals for Children, 18 of which specialize in orthopaedic care. Four hospitals specialize in burn injuries, and three specialize in spinal injury rehabilitation and treatment. The Shriners also established a cleft lip and palate program in 2005. To find out more, visit The Columbus Shine Club online at ShrineKids.com.
The DASH app is an online resource for online auctions and raffles hosted by various organizations including the Columbus River Dragons and Columbus Chatt-a-Hoots. Download the app by texting DASH to 66866 or find it in your app store. Once your profile is set, select Columbus Sports as your favorite to be kept up-to-date on the latest River Dragons and Chatt-a-Hoots auctions and raffles.
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