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Aug 17, 2017 | Reno | 1048 views
Support for Boston
At apporoximately 10 am on Wednesday August 16th the life of Pee Wee 2 Chief Boston Woods was changed forever.  
While details are stills unsure what we know is that he was involved in an accident with a tractor trailer while riding his bike.  He has been airlifted to a local childrens hospital and has successfully undergone his first round of surgeries and is stabilizing.
The family has recieved an overwhelming show of support which his PW2 family would like to continue...

A family friend has set up a GoFundMe page to accept donations for the family to support them through what will be a very long recovery process.  Many Chiefs have already shown their support and donated, but we are hoping to spread the word and increase the dollars currently donated.  You will find the link below.
Please consider donating to support your fellow Chief, your friend, your brother in lacrosse.  Any little bit helps and all proceeds go directly to the family.  
On behalf of the family we thank you for your prayers, your thoughts and your support.

Chiefs PW 2 Family

Thank you to MINI MALL storage for helping us expand our storage, to help sort and organize our equipment.
Home Refresh with TLC
Chudleigh’s was born on an apple farm, a place where bliss is never far away. Country life taught us how to work hard, but also how to savor life’s little rewards and take care of the kid in all of us. For three generations, our scrumptious snacks have been inspired by the magic of coming home.
We are excited to share that Cambridge minor Lacrosse has been selected by @CTJumpstart to receive a grant from their Sports Releif Fund. The funds helps community sports organizations like ours continue to provide access to sport and play for Canadian kids. This grant will go a long way.
City of Cambridge
We are happy to announce our city have approved a grant to help us replace our Jerseys with our rebranding initiative. Thank you to the Cambridge Grants review committee for this generous grant.