Adam's Camp charity basketball game is March 10

Hoops for Hope event benefits children, young adults with special needs

Staff report
Posted 2/7/19

For one day in March, fans can forget the usual madness of brackets, upsets and the Final Four and instead be champions who support children and young adults with special needs and their families. …

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Adam's Camp charity basketball game is March 10

Hoops for Hope event benefits children, young adults with special needs

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For one day in March, fans can forget the usual madness of brackets, upsets and the Final Four and instead be champions who support children and young adults with special needs and their families.

The seventh annual Hoops for Hope charity basketball event is presented by Adam's Camp and Partners in Pediatrics medical practice. The game takes place at 1:30 p.m. March 10 at the Gold Crown Field House in Lakewood.

Adam's Camp Hoops for Hope bringing together Adam's Camp campers with special needs, local celebrities, former professional and collegiate athletes and the providers at Partners in Pediatrics for a game of basketball.

In addition to the game, the event features a game area, roving Disney characters, mascots from Colorado's sports teams, face-painting, silent auction, Ninja warrior course/bounce house, games provided by the Special Olympics, an after party with live entertainment provided by the Mike Murphy band, and more.

Tickets purchased in advance through www.adamscamp.org are just $8 each or $25 for families of four or more. Tickets will be $10 each at the door.

Proceeds will be used to help offset the cost for those in financial need to attend Adam's Camp in the form of scholarships.

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