Ticat Bottle Coozies, Collector Scarves sold to Fight Cancer

Hello Everyone:
CFL Fans Fight Cancer is back working with the Ticats to help Hamilton's Wellwood Cancer Resource Centre!
This year the Ticats and CFL Fans Fight Cancer (CFLFFC) will be selling Ticat bottle coozies and our annual Ticat scarves. This years scarf design is commemorating the last year of Ivor Wynne Stadium as we know it!

Where's the Money Go?
A portion of the proceeds from all coozie and scarf sales will be generously donated by the Ticats directly to Wellwood to help operate their programs, which are free to people and families fighting and dealing with this terrible, but beatable disease. Wellwood is a community program with only 4 paid staff and over 200 volunteers qualified to help. The money given goes to helping Hamiltonians and their families fight cancer through individual and group programs. It really is an amazing program organization!

When's this Happening?
Look for the Wellwood/CFLFFC volunteers first selling the coozies and then the scarves on the following dates:
Bottle coozies will be sold at the August 9th game, and are available at the Ticat stores across the city and in the stadium merchandise booths on game day.

Commemorative IWS Collector scarves will be traditionally launched on Labour Day with at CFL Fans Fight Cancer table in Lot J for pregame. Be the first fan to have a scarf!
Friday, October 12th will be the scarf day sale when the scarves will be sold at a special price.

We at CFLFFC are honoured to be working with the Ticats to help Wellwood again this year and appreciate all of the support the Ticat Fan Community has given our efforts over the years. With your help we hope to finish our time at Ivor Wynne on a huge high note!

Jarrett Harris
Founder/Coordinator CFL Fans Fight Cancer
a.k.a. Box J Jare :smiley:

Great work Jarrett as usual! Lost my best friend to cancer and think about him quite often and his family. What you are doing and the event on Tuesday evening at Jack Astor's for the McMaster Children's Hospital are some things that makes me proud to be a member fan of the TigerCat community.

A Cancer fighting bump!
Thanks Earl!

I will certainly buy a coozie.

This just in!
Thursday, August 9th!
There will be Ticat bottle coozies and bandana's available with a portion of the proceeds going to Wellwood Cancer Resource Centre here in Hamilton.
Free ultra cool bandana tying and wearing lessons available by yours truly the night of the game! :wink:
Thanks in advance for helping your fellow Hamiltonian's fight cancer!

A huge thank you to everyone who purchased a bandana or bottle coozie at the Thursday Aug 9th game!
Surprise, surprise they hold tallboys nicely too!
Both Ticat coozies and bandana's are available throughout the season at the merchandise booths at the Ticat games and their purchase will continue to help Hamilton's Wellwood Cancer Resource Centre.
Thanks again for your support everyone and keep an eye out for the IWS collectable Ticat scarves on Labour Day!

A friendly reminder that Ivory Wynne Stadium Commemorative Ticat scarves and Ticat Bottle Coozies will be available at the CFL Fans Fight Cancer Lot J Tailgate on Labour Day from 7:30 am until 12 noon!
Coozie sales, like the scarves, benefit Wellwood!

Here is where the money raised from Ticat scarves, bottle coozies, and bandana's are going. Please read on and spread the word!
I just received this from the Wellwood Cancer Resource Centre that they are starting a program for kids with family members with cancer up at Wellwood. This is where the money the Ticats and CFL Fans Fight Cancer - Ron Lancaster Chapter is going!
Please invite everyone to spread the word and read on....

From: Frankoff Norma
Sent: Friday, August 31, 2012 3:16 PM

Hi All,
As we head into the Labour Day weekend, our thoughts go to preparing for fall even though technically, summer still here! I do hope you are enjoying this gorgeous day, which now looks like it will be a gorgeous weekend.

I have a special update to share with you at this time and I am asking for your help. We are excited to be starting a new program for children on Wednesday, September 12. The program is called “Kids in the Kitchen/Power Up? for children ages 9-12 living with serious illness in the family. Together with The Boys and Girls Clubs of Hamilton, we will provide a 6-week program (Wednesdays at Wellwood from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.) that will include nutritious meal preparation (and eating!), homework help and fun activities to support children whose lives have been affected by an illness in the family. This program is the first of its kind for us and we hope to continue to offer it in the winter and in the spring.

We are also providing supervised transportation to and from the program to help parents and guardians who may already have a great deal to manage with illness and appointments and cannot get their kids to Wellwood. Attached is a one page flyer with details. As with all Wellwood programs, the program is FREE.

If you, in your volunteer role or as a member of our community, know of a child or family who would benefit from participating, please don’t hesitate to refer them to me or to the supportive care department at JCC (number on flyer). We still have spots left and want every family to have the opportunity to register.

Thanks, as always, for your help and support, Norma

Norma Frankoff
Program Director, Wellwood


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"Living Well… with Cancer"

The Ticat Sarf Safe benefitting the Wellwood Cancer Support Centre has been rescheduled to the final regular season game at Ivor Wynne on Saturday, October 27th!

Ivor Wynne Stadium Commemorative Scarves will be available at the final game in the stadium for the sale price of $20 with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Hamilton's Wellwood Cancer Support Centre. Look for the Wellwood volunteers, CFL Fans Fight Cancer members and the Box J Boys who will be selling them.

Gett'em early at the Tailgate!
You can also get your scarves in Lot J at the CFL Fans Fight Cancer Tailgate. Just look for the CFL Fans Figth Cancer banner!
Join us by, getting a scarf help fight cancer in Hamilton, celebrating Ivor Wynne's great history and supporting your Cats!
Thanks, in advance, for your help everyone!
Let's make this a great memory!
CFLFFC Founder/Coordinator

Ivor Wynne Commemorative Scarves Price Change
Due to the collectable cresting on the scarves the price will be $25.00 each.
As coordinator of the event I apologize for this misunderstanding and hope that you, the members of the Ticat community will still purchase a scarf and help generously support Hamilton's Wellwood Cancer Resource Centre, the Ticats and your fellow Hamiltonian's who are fighting this disease.

Thank you and again my apologies for the misunderstanding.
Go Cats Go!
Jarrett Harris
Founder/Coordinator CFL Fans Fight Cancer

It’s here! The Ivor Wynne Stadium/Ticat Collector Scarf Sale Benefitting Hamilton’s Wellwood Cancer Resource Centre!
Help CFL Fans Fight Cancer, Wellwood and the Ticats support individuals and their families battling cancer by purchasing a Ivor Wynne Stadium/Ticat commemorative scarf at this Saturday’s game.

What do they look like?
Scraves are in our Ticats traditional yellow and black with Ivor Wynne emblazoned on one side and commemorative patches at each end.

How much and how does it help?
Collector scarves are $25 with a protion of the proceeds going to the Hamilton’s Wellwood Cancer Resource Centre.

Where do I get mine?
You can get your scarf either at the CFL Fans Fight Cancer tailgate before the game, or look for the Wellwood volunteer tables on the south side and the Box J Boys and friends on the North side inside the gate.

The scarves are in limited quantity of scarves and once they’re gone, they are gone.

A big thank you to everyone for all your great support this year with our CFLFFC initiatives!
We will make an announcement when we have the final amount tallied from the Lot J tailgates and Ticat merchandise sales.
Together we’re sacking cancer in Hamilton!
See you at the game!
Jarrett Harris
Founder/Coordinator CFL Fans Fight Cancer

Regarding this Saturday's Ticat/Ivor Wynne Collector Scarf Sale!
Can't make the game, get your scarf at the Tigertown store or online at the Ticats.ca store!

A portion of the proceeds from all sales will be given to Wellwood. Here's the link to the Ticats online store and a picture.

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Thanks for you interest, support and generousity!