Sports Celebrity Breakfast News
2017 Sports Breakfast Photos
2017 Sports Breakfast Media Coverage
Dawson and Bossy honoured at annual sports breakfast - Montreal Times April 1
Seniors in Crisis Get a Lift from Sports Celebrity Breakfast - B'nai Brith Quebec News March 31
It was a Chomedey love in at Sports Celebrity Breakfast - Suburban March 29
Cummings Centre's 13th Sports Celebrity Breakfast sets record - Suburban March 29
Le déjeuner des célébrités sportives - Le Journal de Montreal 28 mars
Le Canada a besoin de deux équipes - Le Journal de Montréal 27 mars
Rodger Brulotte: un clin d'œil à sa mère - TVA Sports 27 mars
Dawson, Bossy at 13th Sports Celebrity Breakfast CTV Montreal - CTV Montreal March 26
Aching Andre Dawson left the game proud and on his own terms - Montreal Gazette March 26
2017 Cummings Jewish Centre for Seniors Sports Celebrity Breakfast Introductions - Breakfast Introductions March 26
Dawson se réjouit pour Raines - RDS 26 mars
Annual CJCS Foundation Sports Ceelbrity Breakfast to honour Joel Leonoff, Mike Bossy and Andre Dawson - Suburban March 15
2017 Sports Breakfast Program
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2017 Sports Breakfast a Resounding Success
High profile personalities from the world of sports and business were on hand for the 13th annual Cummings Jewish Centre for Seniors Foundation Sports Celebrity Breakfast. Canadian entrepreneur and business executive Joel Leonoff was the Guest of Honour. National Hockey League scoring legend Mike Bossy was the Sports Personality of the Year. Joining them being recognized were former professional baseball player Andre Dawson as the 2017 Montreal Expos Legend Award recipient and broadcaster/ newspaper columnist Rodger Brulotte as the Larry Fredericks Media Award recipient.
Among the guests were Mathieu Darche and Chris Nilan as well as former NHL disciplinarian Brian O’Neill. Canadian Olympic freestyle skier Marc-Antoine Gagnon was joined by members of the Montreal Alouettes, other sports celebrities and sports media.
The 2016 edition of the event set a record, bringing in $325,000. Proceeds raised support "Seniors in Crisis," a program that delivers much needed assistance to seniors. Businessmen Michael Wagen and Bram Naimer served as co-chairs of the event. Morden “Cookie” Lazarus as honourary chair. Journalist Mike Cohen and broadcaster Charles-André Marchand were the emcees.
The Cummings Jewish Centre for Seniors Foundation aims to meet the philanthropic challenges and needs of the 50 plus population. The Cummings Centre is a leader in the provision of quality programs, professional social services and a wide range of volunteer opportunities to the 50+ community.
For more information visit cummingscentre.org/sportsbreakfast, call Susan Rozansky at 514.342.1234 local 7234 or email@example.com.
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