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Tenth annual Flutie Bowl to fight autism at Kings tonight

Posted by Dave Eisenstadter  January 28, 2013 03:24 PM

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New England Patriots players Julian Edelman and Kyle Arrington will be coming to Dedham Monday night to participate in the Doug Flutie Bowl at Kings in Legacy Place.

The 10th annual Flutie Bowl is a bowling event to raise money for the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism, a charity that former NFL quarterback Doug Flutie and his wife Laurie started in the name of their son. Doug Flutie Jr. was diagnosed with autism at age 3.

The event will take place at Kings in Legacy Place in Dedham from 6 to 10 p.m. this evening and spectator tickets are $75.

Other celebrity guests include former Patriots Max Lane, Kevin Faulk, Eric Alexander, Joe Andruzzi, Tim Dwight, and Jermaine Wiggins, former Bruins Bob Sweeney and Lyndon Byers, Celtics sportscaster Coach Willie May, former Celtics player Dana Barros, boxer Richie LaMontagne, WZLX personalities Pete McKenzie and Kevin Karlson, WCVB’s Bianca de La Garza and Mike Dowlong, NESN’s Jayme Parker, and actors David Alan Basche and Alysia Reiner.

In addition to the bowling event, there will be a silent auction featuring autographed sports memorabilia and a performance by The Flutie Brothers Band, in which Doug Flutie plays the drums.

For more information about the Flutie Foundation, visit www.flutiefoundation.org.

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