Donors can also meet and take photos with Patriots Alumni Joe Andruzzi, Steve Nelson, and Patrick Pass.
The New England Patriots Charitable Foundation will host the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute/Brigham and Women’s Hospital Blood Mobile — the traveling extension of the Kraft Family Blood Donor Center — for a blood drive Sunday, March 9. The drive will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Patriot Place, directly across from Davio’s Steakhouse.
Donors will receive a Patriots gift bag and can meet and take photos with special guests, including Patriots Alumni Joe Andruzzi, Steve Nelson and Patrick Pass. Andruzzi was a standout guard on the Patriots offensive line for all three Super Bowl victories, as well as the inaugural recipient of the New England Patriots Ron Burton Community Service Award and the founder of the Joe Andruzzi Foundation for cancer patients and their families. Nelson was a Patriots linebacker for 14 seasons (1974-87) and was voted into the Patriots Hall of Fame. Pass was a three-time Super Bowl champion as a running back, and special teamer..
The Patriots Charitable Foundation has a long history of advocating for volunteer blood and platelet donations, both at the Kraft Family Blood Donor Center and throughout the region, encouraging all eligible fans to consider making a life-saving difference. Volunteer blood and platelet donors are the only source
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Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Basketball team, big win tonight in the MIAA Preliminary Round Tournament – Final 64-56 win over North Attleboro.
Tickets are $25 and include access to The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon before and after the event, question and answer forum with recently retired New England Patriots assistant coach Dante Scarnecchia and one autograph per ticket holder.
Longtime New England Patriots assistant coach Dante Scarnecchia will be the featured guest for The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon’s popular Speaker Series on Thursday, Feb. 27, at 6:30 p.m. in The Hall’s Raytheon Theater. Doors open at 6 p.m.
Scarnecchia recently retired after 32 seasons in the NFL, including 30 seasons with the Patriots (1982-88, 1991-2013).
“Coach Scarnecchia has so much experience and has worked with so many coaches – almost all here in New England – and we are incredibly fortunate to have him for our Speaker Series,” said Hall Executive Director Bryan Morry. “This should be a real treat for our fans.”
The first hour of the Speaker Series will feature a question-and-answer session between the fans and Coach Scarnecchia before he signs one autograph for every ticket holder in attendance.
Scarnecchia was the longest tenured NFL coach this past season. The last NFL coach to garner at least 30 seasons with one team was Dick Hoak, who spent an NFL-record 35 seasons as an assistant with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Since entering the NFL in 1982, Scarnecchia has spent all but two seasons
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Residents will receive free admission to Winter Skate at Patriot Place presented by Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare with proof of residency on Tuesday, Feb. 25.
As another Winter Skate season draws to a close, Patriot Place is inviting Foxborough residents to “Townie Night” on Tuesday, Feb. 25, for a free night of skating on the popular outdoor ice surface.
Foxborough residents will receive free admission to Winter Skate at Patriot Place presented by Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare when they show proof of residency on Feb. 25. Winter Skate will be open from 4 to 9 p.m. and on-site skate rentals are available for $4. Parking is free and concessions and bathrooms are available.
The Winter Skate season ends on Sunday, March 2, with the second annual Winter Skate Finale On Ice Show at 3 p.m. Admission for the show is $5, with proceeds benefiting the Hockomock Area YMCA. Public skating at Winter Skate ends on Saturday, March 1.
Winter Skate is located at Patriot Place, adjacent to Route 1, near the Renaissance Hotel & Spa. It is steps from Patriot Place’s north marketplace, which offers a wide variety of shopping and dining options, a 14-screen movie theater and one-of-a-kind attractions like The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon and 5Wits.
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