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Benefitting: The Cory Bartle Memorial Fund
National Croquet Center, 700 Florida Mango Rd, West Palm Beach, FL 33406
Ticket Price: $50
Junior Ticket (13-30): $35
Kids Under 12 free
Underwritten by Sandy James Catering
Join us for a BBQ feast catered and donated by Sandy James Catering, activities, community comradery, a skateboard half-pipe competition with prizes,* and a demonstration by skateboard pro, Kai Canduba. All proceeds from the event will benefit Hanley Foundation’s Cory Bartle Memorial Fund.
“This is an opportunity for our friends in the skateboarding and culinary communities to come out and ‘get on board’ to support this critical cause. It’s heartbreaking that too many young people in our community fall victim to addiction, but we want anyone suffering to know that help is available, which is why we partnered with Hanley Foundation.” – James Bartle, Co-Founder and Proprietor of Sandy James Catering.
*Half pipe skateboard competition with prizes
Participants under 18 years of age must have a parent or guardian sign their waiver.
Tickets are no longer available in advance but can be purchased at the door.
Cory Joseph Bartle passed away on Oct 22, 2022. He was 34 years old.
Cory mastered his skills in culinary arts by the age of 25 and his work brought him an incredible amount of joy. He was an avid outdoorsman, loved skateboarding, and the beach. Cory was passionate about the people he loved and was willing to help people in any way he could. Cory was working hard on his recovery and wanted to be free of addiction. Unfortunately, an accidental overdose took his life.
In honor of Cory’s life, his family created the Cory Bartle Memorial Fund to support efforts to combat addiction and bring awareness about the devastating addiction crisis our generation is facing.
Donations made to the Cory Bartle Memorial Fund, administered by the Hanley Foundation, will provide lifesaving scholarships for individuals with substance use disorders who would not otherwise be able to receive treatment. The fund will also support work to educate individuals and their families on substance use disorders and the road to recovery for all involved, with the hopes of breaking the cycle of addiction and overdose.