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On the Fly
Issue 4, Jan. 2015

The latest on the largest sport charity event in the US

About the Carnival
Jakub Voráček signing autographs

flyers.nhl.com

Meet & Greet Schedule

Claude Giroux
5:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.

Wayne Simmonds
3:45 p.m.-4:45 p.m.

The Flyers Wives Carnival is the
largest sport charity event in North
America, according to CSN Philly. The
first carnival was held in 1977 to raise
money for local charities throughout
the Philadelphia area. Barry Ashbee,
a member of the Flyers organization,
died of leukemia later that year. The
carnival, with its 38th installment
coming March 1 2015, has been held
in his honor since then.
Ashbee’s former teammates
reminisced about the defenseman
and how he would react if he knew
the carnival was held in his honor. “He
would have been gracious,” Moose
Dupont said. “Barry was never a guy
chasing after honors, never the guy to

sit in the front row.” Other teammates
agree: “He never wanted recognition
or applause. He would have said, ‘Why
didn’t you name this after someone
else? What did I do?’”, Terry Crisp said.
The Flyers Wives Carnival is put
together by Flyers Wives Charities,
a division of Comcast-Spectator
Charities. The organization reports
$25 million has been raised for
local charities through the carnival.
Some of these charities include
Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation,
American Cancer Society, Delaware
County Community Foundation, Ed
Snider Youth Hockey Foundation,
National Multiple Sclerosis Society,
Ronald McDonald House Charities,
and The Salvation Army of Greater
Philadelphia.

Vincent Lecavalier
2:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m.

Jakub Voráček

1:15 p.m.- 2:15 p.m.

Mark Streit

12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m.
csnphilly.com

Luke Schenn playing video games with a young fan

Autograph- $40
Photograph- $35
Autograph/Photograph Combo- $65

Admission
Adults (18+)
Children (0-17)

Before 1:30 p.m.
$30
$25

After 1:30 p.m.
$25
$20

Shot on Goal

Bernie Parent

5:00 p.m.-5:45 p.m.

Steve Mason

3:45 p.m.-4:30 p.m.

Ray Emery

2:30 p.m.-3:15 p.m.

Rob Zepp

1:15 p.m.-2:00 p.m.

Board of Directors

Directions

Sandy Lipstein
• Officer of the Chair

Driving

Ike Richman
• Vice President

From Delaware, Maryland, Delaware County, Chester and I-476 (Blue Route)
Take I-95 North to the Broad Street/Sports Complex Exit. The Wells Fargo Center will be on your right.
From Harrisburg, Lebanon, Reading, Pottstown
Take the Pennsylvania Turnpike east to 76 East (Exit 6). Take 76 East towards the sports complex. Take the Broad
Street exit. Turn right onto Broad Street, heading southbound. After you cross Pattison Avenue, the Wells Fargo
Center will be on your left.
From Northeast Philadelphia, Levittown and North
Take I-95 South to the Broad Street exit. The Wells Fargo Center will be on your right.
From South Jersey
Take the Walt Whitman Bridge to the Broad Street exit. Turn left onto Broad Street, heading southbound. After
you cross Pattison Avenue, the Wells Fargo Center will be on your left.

Pulic Transportation
Take the Broad Street Subway Line (orange) southbound to AT&T Station (Pattison Avenue).
OR
Take either Route 4 bus, or 17 bus (Center City/South Philadelphia) southbound to Broad Street.

This newsletter is a final project of Patrick Dietrich for WRI 226, Desktop Publishing: Writing and Editing
Newsletters. In this one-semester course at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, students use Adobe
InDesign to write, edit, and design original newsletters. The contents of this publication reflect the views
of the student authors, not those of the instructor or the university.
Photos in the Meet & Greet section courtesy of flyers.nhl.com
Photo in the masthead courtesy of 975thefanatic.com

flyers.nhl.com

A child takes a shot on a Flyers goalie

Gary Rostick
• Executive Vice Preisdent
Mary Ann Seleski
• Senior Vice President
David Scott
• President
Fred Shabel
• Vice Chairman
Shawn Tilger
• Senior Vice President
Phil Weinberg
• Executive Vice President

flyers.nhl.com

Wayne SImmonds doing the Cotton Eye Joe
with a fan


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