3-on-3 Street Hockey Tournament on Roatan

Date Posted: May 18, 2015
Posted in: All About Roatan

Roatan Fundraiser Events

The next fundraising event for the 2015 Golden Buoy Competition will be held this Friday and Saturday, May 22-23. And for all you Canadians (and other New Englanders like myself), this one will be epic: it’s a 3-on-3 street hockey tournament. Brings me back to my childhood taking slapshots from my siblings…the good ole days!

Fundraiser RoatanHosted by Coconut Tree Divers, another of West End’s oldest dive shops, this tournament is sure to bring out some competitive streaks here on the streets. Games will be played in front of Sundowners (well known for playing every single hockey game on TV) starting Friday evening and continuing during the day on Saturday until only one team is left standing.

The winning team wins a sunset cruise for 12, which is a pretty amazing prize! Entry is $25/team of 4 and all proceeds benefit SOL Foundation.

 

More about SOL Foundation

The SOL (School of Life) International Foundation works to initiate and support community-based programs designed to promote education and to increase the quality of life in developing areas. Through the support of grants and fundraisers like the Golden Buoy, SOL focuses on enhancing the standards of education, arts, and athletics in lesser developed areas.

SOL also raises money through its adult co-ed softball league, through the annual Music Festival for the Angels, and through other fundraisers throughout the year. The work they do for the island’s families is amazing – be sure to check out their website to see some of the specific programs they’re working on now: http://solroatan.org/

If you’re visiting Roatan between now and June 6th, be sure you’re subscribed to the blog and also connect with me on Facebook so you don’t miss out on any of these fabulous events. This is a wonderful opportunity for each of us to give back to this amazing community. Enter your email into the Subscription box below to stay updated.

 

The next fundraising event for the 2015 Golden Buoy Competition will be held this Friday and Saturday, May 22-23. And for all you Canadians (and other New Englanders like myself), this one will be epic: it’s a 3-on-3 street hockey tournament. Brings me back to my childhood taking slapshots from my siblings…the good ole days!

Fundraiser RoatanHosted by Coconut Tree Divers, another of West End’s oldest dive shops, this tournament is sure to bring out some competitive streaks here on the streets. Games will be played in front of Sundowners (well known for playing every single hockey game on TV) starting Friday evening and continuing during the day on Saturday until only one team is left standing.

The winning team wins a sunset cruise for 12, which is a pretty amazing prize! Entry is $25/team of 4 and all proceeds benefit SOL Foundation.

 

More about SOL Foundation

The SOL (School of Life) International Foundation works to initiate and support community-based programs designed to promote education and to increase the quality of life in developing areas. Through the support of grants and fundraisers like the Golden Buoy, SOL focuses on enhancing the standards of education, arts, and athletics in lesser developed areas.

SOL also raises money through its adult co-ed softball league, through the annual Music Festival for the Angels, and through other fundraisers throughout the year. The work they do for the island’s families is amazing – be sure to check out their website to see some of the specific programs they’re working on now: http://solroatan.org/

If you’re visiting Roatan between now and June 6th, be sure you’re subscribed to the blog and also connect with me on Facebook so you don’t miss out on any of these fabulous events. This is a wonderful opportunity for each of us to give back to this amazing community. Enter your email into the Subscription box below to stay updated.

 

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Amanda Walkins

Serial expat Amanda Walkins is a freelance writer and blogger. She has lived in 7 different countries, traveled to many more, and loves helping people explore the world through slow travel and living overseas.