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Neshaminy Bar to host FIFA tournament for Schools for Salone

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Today at noon, Neshaminy Creek Brewing will host a FIFA 15 tournament to raise money for Schools for Salone, a charity that works to rebuild schools in Sierra Leone. You may be familiar with the organization as a result of the advocacy of Kei Kamara and Michael Lahoud, who have supported the charity for years. In June, the pair broke ground on a school.

Zach Pfeffer, Eric Ayuk, Brian Sylvester, Fernando Aristeguieta, and Lahoud himself will be present at the tournament tomorrow, and the first-place finisher will go home with a jersey signed by the Union midfielder. There's also cold hard cash on the table, as the winner will receive $500 and a Neshaminy Creek Brewing gift card worth $100. There are also prizes for the first and second runners-up. Registration is $50 and you can reserve your spot in person up to an hour before the tournament.

For more information on the rules of the tournament, you can check out Neshaminy Creek Brewing's website for all the details.