Fight for a Cause to benefit 16 charities in Montgomery County
Fight for a Cause will raise money for 16 Montgomery County charities on Sept. 8.
This fundraiser, organized by the Montgomery County Hispanic Chamber, features boxers sparring for dollars.
This is the second year for event. "Last year was very successful, and we raised approximately $25,000 for area charities. We encourage the whole community to support the Montgomery County Hispanic Chamber in their efforts to raise money for various nonprofits," said Miguel Lopez, event chair, in the press release.
The following will be facing off in the ring during this year's charity boxing championship:
Mike "Fort Knox" Fortner, of the CISD Educational Foundation, will face Alan "The Equalizer" Bush, of the Executive Women's Alliance. Dana "Balboa" Pritchard, of the Panther Creek Inspiration Ranch, will fight Natalie "The Warrior Princess" Joslin, Breast Cancer Charities of America. Joe "Nacho" Griffin, of Texas Downs, will face Jay "Double Jeopardy" Ingram, of Cure PH.
Rodney "The Grape Crusher" Anderson, of New Danville, will fight Ervin "Black Mamba" West, of Light the Night. Paul "Bad" Oman, of Montgomery County Youth Services, will face Rex "T-Rex" Causey, of Reese's Rainbow. Rita "The Book Worm" Wiltz, of Children's Books on Wheels, will fight Ann "Wonder Woman" McAlpin, of CASA Child Advocates. And Miguel "Mad Mex" Lopez, of Special Olympics of Texas-Warriors of The Woodlands, will face Patrick "The Mean Filipine" Asuncion, of Love Fosters Hope.
Local personalities, including Terry McBurney, Gil Staley, Bruce Tough, Mike Valdez, Skeeter Hubert, Sheila Zea and Tanya Ogden, will judge the competitions.
This event will take place from 4-7 p.m. Sept. 8 at Sports Culture, located at 17951 I-45 N. in The Woodlands.
For more information about the fundraiser, contact email@example.com or call 832-651-1616.
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