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Aloha Tournaments partners with the One Love Foundation in Honor of Yeardley Reynolds Love for two Fall Lacrosse Tournaments

Aloha Tournaments announced today that it is partnering with the One Love Foundation in Honor of Yeardley Reynolds Love for two of its existing fall lacrosse tournaments. Both the Brine Chesapeake Lacrosse Cup and the Brine Indian Summer Lacrosse Tournament will be jointly presented by Aloha Tournaments and the One Love Foundation. The events will allow the One Love Foundation the opportunity to educate lacrosse players and their families on its mission to end relationship violence and to raise funds for the Foundation. A portion of every registration fee will go directly to the One Love Foundation. Read More…

Aloha Tournaments announced today that it is partnering with the One Love Foundation in Honor of Yeardley Reynolds Love for two of its existing fall lacrosse tournaments. Both the Brine Chesapeake Lacrosse Cup and the Brine Indian Summer Lacrosse Tournament will be jointly presented by Aloha Tournaments and the One Love Foundation. The events will allow the One Love Foundation the opportunity to educate lacrosse players and their families on its mission to end relationship violence and to raise funds for the Foundation. A portion of every registration fee will go directly to the One Love Foundation.

“We are very pleased to be working with the One Love Foundation for these two events,” states Aloha Tournaments co-founder Ray Schulmeyer. “We strongly believe in its mission and are glad that we can provide One Love with an outlet to promote its message while raising funds for the foundation at the same time.”

“Our partnership with Aloha helps us connect with a younger demographic through the game of lacrosse that Yeardley loved so much.  We will help educate the parents, coaches and athletes about the warning signs of relationship violence, and share with them the tools that the One Love Foundation offers, so we can eliminate the devastating effects of relationship violence.” –Olive Waxter, Community Outreach Coordinator

The Brine Chesapeake Cup was established in 2012. This year’s event will be held on September 28, 2014 at Genessee Valley Learning Center in Parkton, MD. It is a competitive tournament for girls Middle School and High School teams. Grade year champions will be named for divisions from the Classes of 2017-2021. In addition, one club program will be awarded the Brine Chesapeake Cup as the overall champion for the event. More information can be found atwww.chesapeakelaxcup.com.

The Brine Indian Summer Lacrosse Tournament started in 2007. It is a tournament for girls Middle School and High School teams. All games are played at the Maryland Polo Club in Jarrettsville, MD. This year’s event will be held onOctober 18, 2014. For more information please visit www.indiansummerlax.com.

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