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Yes To Recovery's 3rd Annual Bocce Ball Tournament Scores Big Success at OLO Pizza!

We're thrilled to announce that the 3rd Annual Yes To Recovery Bocce Ball Tournament Fundraiser held at OLO Pizza was a resounding success! We extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone who came out to support this event and contribute to our mission of fostering drug awareness and ending the stigma in the Worcester community.


The enthusiasm and camaraderie at the tournament were palpable as teams battled it out on the bocce court, all in the spirit of a good cause. With your participation, we were able to raise crucial funds that will directly benefit Drug Awareness Programs and Recovery Events in our community.


A special congratulations is in order for the triumphant Team Castell, who claimed victory and secured their status as Repeat Champs! The stellar efforts of James, Jim, Stefvan and Mark propelled them to the top, showcasing not only their bocce skills but also their commitment to supporting Yes To Recovery's cause.


We'd like to extend another special thanks to our Board of Directors' President and Bocce Tournament Commissioner Robert Pezzella whose tireless efforts continue to push YTR's mission. Despite several questionable calls during this year’s tournament and one alleged bribery attempt with a cinnamon ball dessert, Commissioner Rob declared Team Castell repeat winners!


The success of this event wouldn't have been possible without the dedication of our participants, volunteers, team sponsors and board of directors. Your support enables us to make a positive impact on the lives of those affected by substance use disorder and create a stronger, more resilient Worcester community.


Once again, thank you for joining us for the 3rd Annual Yes To Recovery Bocce Ball Tournament. Your involvement has made a significant difference, and we look forward to continuing our mission with your ongoing support.


Stay tuned for more updates on upcoming events and initiatives. Together, we can make a lasting impact on drug awareness and recovery in our community.



With gratitude,


Yes To Recovery

Board of Directors




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