2016 Band Against Cancer

On April 30, Atlantic Plywood gathered with friends, family, and vendors to support our President, Paul Vella, and his band Old Dogs New Tricks at the Fourth Annual Band Against Cancer. Joining the band again this year on the drums was South Windsor’s Kevin Chouinard.  A new venue and many new songs from the band made it a memorable night for all!

Each year, all profits from the event are donated to The Jimmy Fund. The Jimmy Fund solely supports Boston’s Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, raising funds for adult and pediatric cancer care and research to improve the chances of survival for cancer patients around the world.

Thanks to our very generous Corporate Sponsors, donations, ticket sales, and raffle sales, we raised $75,000 for The Jimmy Fund. A special thank you to David Beaudry for his fundraising and MC-ing efforts. The band recently visited the Dana Farber Cancer Institute to present this year’s check, which brings our 4-year total to more than $200,000.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLICK HERE to view all the photos from our amazing photographer, Alanna Scully.

 

A huge thank you to this year’s sponsors:

Platinum

Columbia Forest Products

Gold

Atlantic Plywood

Formica Corporation

Silver

Arauco

Citizens Bank

Bronze

Choice Brands

Darlington Veneer

Fred C. Church

Garnica

Hutton Plywood

IKE Trading

Mirka

M.L. Campbell

NITCO

Pembroke

Roseburg

Tafisa

Copper

American Surplus

BHK

Blum

C.A. Technologies

Diesel Direct

Enterprise

Far East American

Flexible Materials

Georgia Pacific

Grupo Alvic

Hi Tech Veneer

Interior Products

Jeld-Wen

Leroy Holdings

M&M Sales

Merrill Lynch

Nassau Steel

Northland Forest Materials

Plum Creek

Richwood

Veneer Tech

Warwick Painting Supply

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