Roller Dolls action slated Aug. 16 in Eagle
August 6, 2014
Check out action-packed roller derby when the 10th Mountain Roller Dolls Mountaineers take on the Ark Valley High Rollers Continental Dividers on Saturday, Aug. 16 in Eagle.
The bout gets under way at 6 p.m. at the Eagle Pool and Ice Rink. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are available online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com or from your favorite derby girl. Pre-sale ticket price for adults is $8 and the price will be $10 at the door. Students and seniors pay $5 and children under 5 and military members are free. Available concessions include Pazzo's Pizza, draft beer from the Bonfire Brewery and team-baked goods.
The 10th Mountain Roller Dolls will donate a portion of the proceeds from ticket sales to CohenStrong, a family organization set up to support Cohen Scriver in his fight against Neuroblastoma. Cohen, 3, was diagnosed with stage three Neuroblastoma in June. He has an inoperable tumor in his spine and is receiving chemotherapy treatments.
"Cohen has overcome so much already. He is facing this challenge with force and strength. It is time for the rest of us to get Cohen-Strong!" reports the boy's family. Follow Cohen's story on http://www.cohenstrong.com
The 10th Mountain Roller Dolls are a flat track roller derby league based in Eagle. Membership extends to the neighboring communities of Summit, Garfield and the Roaring Fork Valley. Come out and support the local roller derby and a worthy cause with action-packed entertainment and fun for all ages. For more information, check out http://www.10thmountainrollerdolls.com.
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