LEBANON — The teams are now set representing the 67th Annual Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl.
This classic football game will be held on Aug. 1, at the newly named Dave Wolk Stadium at Castleton University with kickoff at 5:30 p.m.
The Vermont Team is coached by Rich Alercio, head coach at St. Johnsbury Academy and the New Hampshire Team is coached by Tarek Rothe, head coach at Alvirne High School.
Both teams and coaches will be coming together on Sunday, March 8, for the first time. This Informational Meeting will be held at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center here in Lebanon at
10 a.m. in Auditorium E and F just inside the main rotunda. You are cordially invited to join us to meet the players and coaches.
The Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl is played for the benefit of the Shriners Hospitals for Crippled and Burned Children and in its first 66 years has raised nearly five million dollars. The Bowl Game is one of 30 Shrine Games played every year across the country. This twin state game is sponsored by the two Shrine Centers of Vermont, Cairo (Rutland) and Mt. Sinai (Montpelier).