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Man Trying To Help Brother Play Basketball At The Q

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 11/14/2013

A Mansfield man needs your help to make his developmentally disabled brother's "hoop dreams" come true. Cleve Gordon is trying to sell 100 tickets to the Monday January 20th Cleveland Cavaliers' game against the Dallas Mavericks. Gordon's 56-year-old brother James and his fellow special olympians with Richland Newhope want to play a game on a real N-B-A court in a real N-B-A arena. Raising $1400 for the tickets is not quite enough. Gordon hopes to raise a few hundred dollars more to pay for a bus and for refreshments at the game. To buy tickets, contact Gordon at 419-571-2437, Donna Shank at 419-756-1948, or Tom Hehmeyer at 419-525-3510. Send donations to 422 Cline Avenue in Mansfield, 44907. The deadline is January 17th.

   
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