Support "Racker Rivals Big Red"

Saturday, July 11, 2015 - 7:00pm in Lynah Rink at Cornell

Dustin and Nicole Brown are playing in “Racker Rivals Big Red,” an exhibition hockey game hosted by Franziska Racker Centers, and Cornell Big Red Hockey. The event will raise funds for Franziska Racker Centers and their programs, serving people with disabilities in our community. The game will feature Cornell’s hockey coaches including Mike Schafer Ben Syer, Topher Scott, Doug Derraugh and Edith Racine. Players will also include Cornell alumni, local players from the community and celebrity players- Joe Nieuwendyk, Ben Scrivens, Dustin Brown and Mike Richter!

In addition to the celebrity players, there are other local players with connections to our company: Greg Hartz, the President of Tompkins Trust, Tony Eisenhut, President of Rheonix, and Roger Dennis, the CEO of Taughannock Aviation, all Computing Center clients. Jill Cater-Cyker is the daughter of Eric Cyker, a former Computing Center employee and current contractor.

The Computing Center is directly sponsoring Dustin and Nicole in the game. We are encouraging others to make a pledge in honor of them or any other player to see how much we can raise to help support the important services that Racker Centers provides. Please help support Racker Centers by making a player pledge!

See the full roster of players online! Buy your tickets – Pledge a Player at: www.rackercenters.org/rackerrivalsbigred

Tickets: $12 in advance and $15 at the door – kids 12 and under $5.

The link below will take you to a story we wish to share with you. These are just some of the many successes those served by Racker Centers have celebrated because of the supports and services they have received. Please help support the important goals of so many by donating to Racker Centers today through this community event. All pledges are fully tax deductible.  

Click here: Hannah’s story

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