Mirtle: Going 1-on-1 with NHL all-star John Scott on being a first overall pick and making his own sausages
Toronto-based NHL sportswriter James Mirtle wrote a March 27 profile on NHL Alumnus John Scott for The Athletic. The article focuses in part on Scott’s participation in the 2017 Baycrest Pro-Am, and why he chose to be a part of it this year. Read the full interview here.
A March 27 report in The Daily News of Newburyportfeatures the Cogniciti Brain Health Assessment. The Baycrest-validated online brain health tool is being looked at in the state of Massachussets by the West Newbury Council on Aging. Read the full report here.
University of Toronto student newspaper The Varsity published a story about the new Canadian Brain Health Food Guide. The first-of-its kind guide was published by Baycrest and co-authored by Baycrest Senior Scientist, Dr. Carol Greenwood. Read the full story here.
A March 22 post on the popular Listen To Lena blog – written by writer and social influencer Lena Almeida – featured the Scotiabank Pro-Am for Alzheimer’s in Support of Baycrest. Ms. Almeida discusses the Baycrest Foundation’s annual charity hockey tournament. Read her post here.
Draft Party – The Scotiabank Pro-Am for Alzheimer’sTM in support of Baycrest kicks off with a memorable draft party the night before the tournament on Thursday, May 2, 2019. During the party, each team will draft an NHL alumnus to play on their team; draft positions are based on how much each team fundraises. Be
Fundraising Get off the bench, Be an Ice Hero™ and join the 2021 Scotiabank Pro-Am for Alzheimer’s™ Tournament in support of Baycrest. Top Individual Fundraisers Search for a Player 2021 Top Team Fundraisers Search for a Team 2021 Amount Raised To Date: $
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The Scotiabank Pro-Am for Alzheimer’s™ in support of Baycrest announced 33 teams helped raise $1.65 million for the Baycrest Foundation, as the 11th annual event commenced in Toronto on Friday evening. Funds raised through North America’s largest charity hockey tournament supports research, innovation, education and care for Alzheimer’s disease, at Baycrest Health Sciences in Toronto.
“We are very thankful to our community of participants, NHL alumni, sponsors, donors and volunteers for making the 11th annual event an overwhelming success,” said Garry Foster, President and CEO of The Baycrest Foundation.