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Blondes vs. Brunettes Louisville , Kentucky

Date & Time:
Saturday, June 7 Game 2 PM
After Party 4 - 6 PM (Tin Roof)
Trinity High School Marshall Stadium





This season's fundraising total:     $30,311.07*

*Total includes general donations and corporate sponsorships

Top Fundraisers

  1 -  Touchdown Self Donation Ashley DeVault ($1,850.00)
  2 -  Touchdown Self Donation Kristen Britt ($1,560.00)
  3 -  Red Zone Self Donation Mallary Snyder ($1,340.00)
  4 -  Red Zone K. M. ($1,270.00)
  5 -  Red Zone Self Donation Theresa Rogers ($1,265.00)


2013 BvB Teams

It's Time to Play! 
Saturday, June 7
Trinity High School  2 pm

Tickets available at the Gate $10 or more donation.  
We invite you to join us at Tin Roof for the After Party!   

More Information

Blondes vs. Brunettes is the flag football sensation that has raised more than $2 million nationally and is played in more than 40 cities nationwide to help fight Alzheimer’s disease. The 2014 Blondes vs. Brunettes game in Louisville is set for 2 pm on Saturday, June 7 at Trinity High School.

Two teams, divided to reflect the age-old rivalry between Blondes and Brunettes, compete in this battle against Alzheimer’s. Red heads and everyone else in between are free agents and choose their team.

Ladies play, but anyone can coach, join a committee or make a donation. New this year:  we’re looking for a few good men to support our teams as cheerleaders.  

BvB was designed to bring the passion and spirit of young community leaders together to tackle Alzheimer’s! While we do celebrate the game-winning team, the true game champions are on the top fundraising team. The funds raised through BvB will support local programs like Memory Cafe, caregiver education seminars and early, middle and late stage workshops in addition to the nationally funded research efforts .  

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