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Healthy Start, Healthy Future is proud to announce our fifth annual Celebrity Tournament, this year featuring a special celebrity skills challenge with some of your favourite stars.
The Celebrity Tournament is happening in support of the Life with a Baby Program to support parents and prevent Postpartum Mood Disorders. Our support will be focused on the mental and emotional health of mothers, and mothers of preterm infants who spend time in the NICU to prevent postpartum depression.
This highly anticipated event will feature a handful of influential celebrities who have chosen to lend their face to the cause.
Our 5th annual tournament will take place on Monday July 9th 2018 at Maple Downs Golf & Country Club. More details on the agenda for the day to follow.
Healthy Start, Healthy Future manages the Life with a Baby Program, Canada’s largest peer-to-peer network with over 30,000 members. This program is geared toward providing a Healthy Start for parents and children from day one. Members are primarily mothers aged 25-40 with at least one child. Proceeds from the event will benefit Life with a Baby and other programs that support new and expecting parents to ease the transition to parenthood and prevent the debilitating effects of Post-Partum Depression and of Perinatal Mood Disorders.
For the fifth year in a row, CFL Hall of Famer Damon Allen will be returning as our host for the event along with Todd Keirstead, golf professional, founder of Golf With Attitude and Bring Back the Game - which focuses on helping everyone enjoy golf regardless of age or (dis)ability.
Other celebrities who will be in attendance include:
- Murray Foster – Songwriter, environmentalist, filmmaker, and musician with Moxy Früvous, Great Big Sea, and the Cocksure Lads.
- Bryan Muir - Retired NHL defenceman and former Stanley Cup Champion with the Colorado Avalanche.
- Sherman Hamilton – Former Basketball Player for Team Canada and sports analyst on Sportsnet & NBA TV.
- Paul Jones – Raptors TV host and Raptors play-by-play announcer for radio broadcasts.
- Sherry Middaugh – Five-time Ontario and one-time Saskatchewan curling champion, multi-time bronze medalist at the Scotties Tournament of hearts.
- Rob Hitchcock – Former linebacker and safety for the Hamilton Tiger Cats and the Edmonton Eskimos of the CFL.
- Gregg T. Butler – Former CFL defensive back and football coach at the CFL and CIS levels.
- Bob Turcotte – Retired curler, winner of 3 Canadian senior curling championships, multiple provincial titles, and a world championship.
- Roy Weigand – Retired curler, winner of 3 Canadian senior curling championships, and multiple provincial titles.
- Jason Portuondo – Veteran Canadian TV/Radio personality and sportscaster for TSN, CTV, Sportsnet, G98.7FM, and 680 News.
- Ian Leggatt – Retired professional golfer, winner of one PGA Tour event and one Nationwide Tour event. Ian appears as a golf analyst on Sportsnet and is currently the Director of Golf at The Summit Golf and Country Club.
- Dylan Moscovitch – Canadian pairs skater, Four Continents silver medalist in 2013 and current bronze medal holder, multiple time Canadian pairs champion, and 2014 Olympic silver medalist.
- Paul Rosen – Three-time Paralympian, Member of Canada’s first gold medal in Sledge Hockey at the 2006 Paralympic Games in Torino and five-time world champion.