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  • January 10th, 2015

    January 10, 2015: Foundation To Be Named Later Hosts Service Day This Afternoon

    Posted by Christine E. at 9:33 am in Baseball,Good Deeds No Comments

    image001Prior to tonight’s 15th annual Hot Stove Cool Music Boston Benefit, starting this evening at 8:00pm at the Paradise Rock Club, 967 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, the Foundation To Be Named Later (FTBNL) will host a service day as part of the concert event to raise money for disadvantaged Boston youth.

    The biannual event, seeking give back to the community will have Paul Epstein and Mike O’Malley shooting hoops with youth while Peter Gammons and Kay Hanley (Letters to Cleo) will create music with guests in anticipation for their concert later this evening. Other attendees will have the opportunity to cook dinner with the West End Chef for neighborhood families. There will also be blankets, hats and welcome packages made for the Home for Little Wanderers throughout the afternoon.

    When: Today, Saturday, January 10 from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.image002

    Where: The West End House Boys & Girls Club, 105 Allston St. Allston, MA, with parking available at the West End House.

    For more information, check out FTBNL’s website

    About Hot Stove Cool Music: A biannual charity concert held in Boston each January and in Chicago every June. The event, created in 2000 by Hall of Fame-honored baseball journalist Peter Gammons and former Boston Herald sportswriter Jeff Horrigan, Hot Stove Cool Music has raised more than $7 million for the Jimmy Fund and the Foundation To Be Named Later.

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