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The Still Got Game Foundation visited Napa, CA, November 14-15, 2019, to host a culinary “boot camp” at the prestigious Culinary Institute of America at Copia. We led off the festivities on Thursday evening with an intimate dinner at Napa gem, Maxville Winery, where we also celebrated former Major League Baseball player and manager, Dusty Baker's longtime commitment to helping others.  Following breakfast on Friday, our guests joined former big leaguers such as SGFF board members LaTroy Hawkins, Torii Hunter and Kenny Loften, as well as Barry Bonds, Chris Dickerson, Ray Durham, Jacque Jones, Mike Lincoln, Reggie Sanders and Steve Trachsel in learning the fine art of cooking at the apron strings of the Culinary Institute’s expert chefs. Guests then devoured their creations during a fun-filled lunch paired with exquisite wines.  We wrapped things up with a Friday evening dinner party at Celadon that featured more great Napa wine, baseball stories and the confessions of a wine maker!  

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POKER TOURNEY RAISES FUNDS FOR CLEVELAND SCHOOLS

On Sunday, July 7, 2019, Still Got Game hosted the first fund-raising event in its young existence, when more than 135 people showed up at JACK Cleveland Casino to play poker with SGGF board member and event host Kenny Lofton.  Kenny was joined by fellow former Major Leaguers and SGGF board members LaTroy Hawkins and Torii Hunter as well as other former pro athletes and celebrities, including Sandy Alomar, Jr., Bobby Bonilla, Andre Dawson, Bernie Kosar and Cliff Floyd, to name a few.

Members of the public joined the fun and set their sites on the combined $20,000 prize pool and poker-playing bragging rights.  The star-studded, fun-filled evening also included a silent auction of autographed baseball memorabilia, unique experiential packages and the sale of Still Got Game commemorative T-shirts.

In all, more than $50,000 was raised by the Foundation and a portion of the proceeds were donated to the Cleveland Metropolitan School District to support STEM programs at Collinwood New Tech High School.

The Foundation thanks its board members and all those who helped deal the event a winning hand!

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