Monday, December 16, 2013

Killer's Party

Last week you could hardly get through Keego Harbor or Sylvan Lake for all the traffic. These weren't your ordinary Christmas shoppers but people gathering at The Lodge to remember the late sports writer Tom Kowalski.
I named it Killer's Party because killer was a nickname of his. Tom passed away in August of 2011. He had been involved with some local charity work before his untimely death.
Since then, The Lodge has been headquarters for all of the people that turn out to tip one or two in his memory.
"This year they raised $29,000. Can you believe that," Oakland Press sports writer and good friend of Kowalski's said.
All money raised goes to research ftp Team Joseph for on duchenne's syndrome and the Poor Children's Fund of West Bloomfield.
Duchenne's usually appears in boys with the life expectancy being about 25. For more information visit Thanks Tom for the many children you have helped through your charitable work.

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