Bidding begins on special Thunder jerseys

Fans can bid online or at the Langley Events Centre on July 9 with the money raised going towards a good cause

Online bids are now being accepted for special jerseys the Langley Thunder senior A lacrosse team will wear on July 9. Money raised will go to the Tessa Beauchamp Foundation.

The Langley Thunder senior A lacrosse team will be auctioning off special game-worn jerseys to raise funds for the Tessa Beauchamp Foundation.

Online bids are being accepted until 11 p.m. on July 8. The bids will re-open as a live auction at the Thunder’s game on July 9 against the Maple Ridge Burrards at the Langley Events Centre.

The jerseys are black with pink lettering and there are 23 up for bidding.

Beauchamp, a basketball standout at Surrey’s Holy Cross, was an incoming basketball recruit for Trinity Western’s women’s basketball team before succumbing to cancer.

Related: Tessa’s courage will never be forgotten

The foundation was established as a way to give back to others, just as Beauchamp gave the gifts of friendship and love.

To bid online, click here.

 

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