With the majority of players dusting off their golf cubs and restringing their rackets, Paddles with a Purpose was a great excuse to play one more time before the season ends and help a great cause.

This past Saturday April 2nd Paddles with a Purpose held 3rd third annual event at beautiful Country Club of New Canaan. The funds raised helped twenty patients to get through their chemotherapy treatments and brought awareness about the Bennett Cancer Center at Stamford Hospital.

When it came down to playing, father and son Ted and Ben Stein took the trophy back to Pelham. They beat Michael Chen and Bruce Wilson in an exciting three sets match.

The Bennett Cancer Center at Stamford Hospital provides compassionate, patient-centered care from diagnosis through treatment and post-treatment care. Support services at the BCC are funded entirely through philanthropy. To learn more about how you can help click on the following link http://www.stamfordhospitalcancer.com/


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