18th Annual Cynthia K. Critelli Memorial Basketball Tournament

The 18th Annual Cynthia K. Critelli Tournament will be held on March 7th and 8th, 2020 at Readington Middle School. Games are being played start 11am to 5:40PM on  March 7th and 11am to 6:10PM on March 8th.  The event is being held to support the Hunterdon healthcare Foundation Breast Cancer Center. Cyndi Critelli was a long term teacher (27 years) and resident fo Readington Township who passed away  January 2004 as the result of braest cancer. The event has raised $312,500 over its run (first for Susan G. Komen)  and now for Hunterdon Healthcare Foundation. Come on by to catch a game and help support a great cause. The event has a local flavor with Flemington-Raritan Youth Basketball, North Hunterdon Lions Basketball and Readington Township Recreation teams competing against teams from Montgomery Basketball Association, Princeton and South Brunswick.  If your interested in donating to the event please reach out to Ron Armellino at rjarmellino@embarqmail.com.

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  1. Ron Armellino
  2. rjarmellino@embarqmail.com
Mon, March 09
11:00 am — 5:45 pm
Add to My Calendar 03/09/2020 11:00am 03/09/2020 5:45pm America/New_York 18th Annual Cynthia K. Critelli Memorial Basketball Tournament

The 18th Annual Cynthia K. Critelli Tournament will be held on March 7th and 8th, 2020 at Readington Middle School. Games are being played start 11am to 5:40PM on March 7th and 11am to 6:10PM on March 8th. The event is being held to support the Hunterdon healthcare Foundation Breast Cancer Center. Cyndi Critelli was a long term teacher (27 years) and resident fo Readington Township who passed ...

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