Seventh Annual Hoops & Hoopla on April 3 at INVESCO Field at Mile High
Event benefits the Kunsberg School for chronically ill children on the campus of National Jewish Health
The seventh annual Hoops & Hoopla on Saturday, April 3 in the impressive Club Level at INVESCO Field at Mile High combines exciting college basketball semifinal games with support for chronically ill children at Kunsberg School on the campus of National Jewish Health. In addition to watching the two games on a nine-panel video wall, the Jumbotron on the field and 35 TVs, guests at Hoops & Hoopla will enjoy a buffet of stick-to-your-ribs gourmet food, an open bar, an array of silent auction items and a variety of games. Last year, more than $100,000 was raised at Hoops & Hoopla.
Members of the Executive Committee team (Coaches) are David Greiner, Greiner Electric; Josh Hanfling, The AMMA Group; Brent Hines, Independent Financial Consultants; Jerry Laflin, BKD LLP; John Kamprath, Krische Construction; Ward Mahanke, TST Inc. of Denver; Sean Nohavec, UMB Bank of Colorado; Brian Parks, Park & Associates; Rick Pastor, WESCO; and Rich Schierburg, Peregrine Group Development.
Leadership Committee members (Players) are Matt Arias, Greiner Electric; Jim Barbour, Consolidated Electrical Distributors; Shawn Boyd, Monument Steel Erectors Inc.; Paul Brooks, KeyBank; Marc Cohen, MBH Enterprises Inc.; Paul DeCrescentis, DePaul Real Estate Investment Group; Tal Diamant, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck LLP; Roger Dieckhaus, Sun Office Products; Darren Frisk, Johnson Capital; Brent Greiner, Greiner Electric; Wayne Grider, United Stationers; Alan Guzowski, Tricon Geophysics; Amy Hines, Wealth Management Group; Judy Hines, Independent Financial Consultants; Tom Kahn, Kahn Construction; Ann King, BKD LLP; Joe Nelson, BKD LLP; Gary Schwartz, Patten, MacPhee & Associates; Ryan Slechta, Delphi Benefits; Jeff Shigeno, Greiner Electric; Tom Tarver, Greiner Electric; and Kris Wintroub, Greiner Electric.
National Jewish Health is known worldwide for treatment of patients with respiratory, cardiac, immune and related disorders, and for groundbreaking medical research. Founded in 1899 as a nonprofit hospital, National Jewish remains the only facility in the world dedicated exclusively to these disorders. For 12 consecutive years, U.S. News & World Report has ranked National Jewish the #1 respiratory hospital in the nation.
Kunsberg School is a unique day school program for kindergarten through eighth-grade students whose chronic illnesses may prohibit their attendance in a normal public school. Students receive individual and structured education programs to assist them in achieving academic and physical excellence, and prepare them to become independent, self reliant and responsible. From three nurses, the 82 students in the school learn specific medical self-care practices, enabling them to monitor and manage their illnesses and to go on to lead productive, meaningful and active lives.