CPH – Cedar Park Heights Men’s Softball League
The Cedar Park Heights Men’s Softball League holds an annual tournament which ends on Fathers’ Day. Proceeds go to the Al & Millie De Souza Foundation, which pays for priority medical equipment for the Lakeshore General Hospital. Al and Millie were Sian’s grandparents.
The CPH has participated in every Sian Bradwell Softball Tournament since 1991 — the first year the event was opened to non-Kirkland teams, when park time became available.
2021 – Andy’s Haircut Challenge
2021 – CPH tournament cancelled due to pandemic
2020 – CPH tournament cancelled due to pandemic
In spite of bad weather and the forced re-scheduling of the tournament to peak holiday season, the League still managed to contribute $4,000.
Another cheque for $10,000 … congratulations to the CPH players and Executive Committee on another very successful tournament!
The Cedar Park All-Stars and St. Louis teams presented a cheque for $10,000 to the Lakeshore General Hospital:
Members of CPH teams present a cheque for $9,000 to Sabine Calbert of the Lakeshore General Hospital Foundation. On hand for the occasion were Mayor Michel Gibson and Councillors Paul Dufort and John Morson of the Town of Kirkland, and Lac St. Louis MP Francis Scarpaleggia. Eyal Artzy, president of the Cedar Park Heights Men’s Softball League is in the centre.
SBST Tournament Director Ken Bradwell, Jason Larivière, Anne-Marie Milard, Juan Batista, Leo Yetman, Kirkland Councillors John Morson and Tony Di Gennaro, Mayor of Kirland Michel Gibson, and Member of Parliament for Lac St. Louis, Francis Scarpaleggia.
CPH members present a cheque for $7,000 to Anne-Marie Milard of the Lakeshore General Hospital.
Front l-r: Dave Doucet, Jason Lariviere, Dave Goldfarb, Marty Maroun, Kyle Laplante
The Cedar Park All-Stars present a cheque for $2,000 to Carole Ravenda and Anne-Marie Milard of the Lakeshore General Hospital:
Jon Rigalsford helps Michelle Le Donne put up the Hospital’s banner:
CPH treasurer Tony Guerriero (left) and president Eyal Artzy present a cheque for $3,500 to Lakeshore General communications officer Michelle Le Donne (left) and president Silvana Orrino (right):