The Moorestown Charitable Works club hosts its 7th annual flag football tournament Nov. 28

The Moorestown Charitable Works Club (MCWC) today announced it will hold its 7th annual charitable flag football tournament on Friday, Nov. 28 at Wesley Bishop Football Fields on Church Street in Moorestown. The event is rain or shine and starts at 11 a.m.

All proceeds go to The Boys & Girls Club of Camden County (BGCCC); an organization that serves over 3,000 children via a supervised, educational and social outlet for club members during the time of day when children are most at risk to become involved in dangerous activities.

“At Thanksgiving, we gather as a community family to host a fun flag football tournament to benefit Camden youth,” said Joe Ehrline, MCWC founder. “Fifty volunteers host the event with major pillar support from the Holman Automotive Group to ensure the tournament delivers financial resources to BGCCC for integral Camden youth programs.”

“This event gets bigger and better every year. It’s amazing to have so many people — kids and adults — come together for the club,” said Brandi Johnson, BGCCC associate executive director. “The proceeds from the flag football tournament really make a difference. Youth activities like tennis with Mr. Stu, SMART Girls and our teen hours are realities because of supporters like the Moorestown Charitable Works Club and everyone who steps up for the tournament.”

Register online at www.moorestownfootball.org. Create your own teams of six to 10 players that play three games in succession. There are eight teams per division. Divisions are grades three to four, five to six, seven to eight, nine to 12 CO-ED, adults under 30 CO-ED, and adults over 30 CO-ED. It is a $200 donation per team.

For questions or event information contact Dan Carrigan at dcarrigan@msn.com.