Colorado Thunderbirds Benefit

Colorado Thunderbirds Benefit

South at The Landmark

5345 Landmark Place Greenwood Village, CO 80111


  • Monday, Nov 13 07:30PM

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Colorado Thunderbirds Benefit

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Colorado Thunderbirds Benefit

Colorado Thunderbirds Benefit

For the twelfth consecutive year, The Colorado Thunderbirds U12 Pee Wee hockey team is preparing to compete in the oldest and most prestigious youth hockey tournament in the world- The Pee Wee World Championships. To continue the tradition of traveling to this incredible tournament in Quebec City, Quebec, in February 2018, the team needs to fulfill a lofty fundraising goal.

Please help players of all income levels participate by supporting the team's annual fundraiser and come out for an evening of Laughter with a show featuring the hilarious CHRIS VOTH.

Happy Hour at Lila B. Lounge is 4:00-6:30pm,
Live Music & Silent Auction start at 5:30pm,
please come early and feel free to browse.
Lucy Restaurant [located above the club] would like to invite you to dine before the show and if you mention Colorado Thunderbirds while making reservations, 20% of your total food bill will be donated. Please call 720-274-6868 to make your reservations today!

Led by Head Coach Nick Combs and assistants Michael Hantge and Justin Waldron, these young players learn much more than how to play the game at an elite level. The team is held to a higher standard on and off the ice. The players are continually challenged to work hard, learn at an advanced pace and be respectful and accountable for their actions at all times. While all hockey programs look for the same type of success and development as the Thunderbirds, none in Colorado or the surrounding region have come close to the perennial personal, academic and hockey achievements as the Thunderbirds.

Although this prestigious tournament attracts 2,300 players from 16 countries, it’s not all about the hockey. The players have the chance to immerse themselves in French culture by staying with Francophone families during the 10-day tournament. In hockey terms, this is referred to as “billeting”, a unique experience that few players benefit from until they are much older or have been fortunate enough to be drafted away from their home rinks and into a Junior A hockey league.

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