The Greene Change for Charity Foundation and Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Miami Valley presents the 3rd Annual CLAMBAKE FOR KIDS SAKE. The event, will be held at McCormick and Schmick’s at the Greene on Saturday June 26th from 6:30pm – 11:00pm. Back by popular demand, is Boys Gone Wild, an ALL-STAR band, made up of members from Stroke 9, Vertical Horizon, and the Pat McGee Band.
Roosevelt Chapman will be host this year at Clambake, along with MC, Sharon Howard, Roosevelt Chapman remains the only Flyer to score 2,000 career points and he did it in a demanding way. The relatively slight 6-foot-4 Chapman did his work in the paint before defenses were extended by the three-point line. He was a master of going around and sometimes over bigger players. Chap also was a tremendous rebounder, grabbing nearly 1000 in his career. He appears in the top 10 on nearly every all-time career stat list for the Flyers. And he finished his career with incredible style, leading UD to an amazing run in the NCAA Tournament. “Velvet” opened the tourney with a 29-point performance against LSU and then netted 41 points as the Flyers shocked No. 7 Oklahoma. He then netted 21 more against Washington before the Flyers were finally stopped by eventual champion Georgetown. Chap led the NCAA Tournament with 105 points in four games.
100% of the proceeds will go to Big Brothers Big Sisters. Tickets are $150 per person, click to purchase online.