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August 07, 2015
Wednesday, August 12, 2015 the Scoreboard Sports Bar and Grill, Woburn Host Lions Club, 98.5 The Sports Hub and Bud Light are teaming up to hold a Kick Off to Football Season Tailgate Party with special guest former Patriots Receiver Troy Brown.
June 19, 2015 | Special Events | Scoreboard Sports Bar & Grill
Woburn, Mass., June 19, 2015 – Matthew Slater, NE Wide Receiver and Special Teams Captain, will be the first of several preseason appearances by New England players at the Scoreboard Sports Bar and Grill on Wednesday, June 24, 2015. Slater's appearance will start off at 7 pm with Q&A conducted by 98.5 The Sports Hub Midday host Marc Bertrand. The Q&A will be followed by Slater and Bertrand teaming for a football trivia challenge taking on teams of Scoreboard patrons. The trivia challenge will be moderated by STUMP Trivia.
January 28, 2015 | Frank Vento | Special Events | Scoreboard Sports Bar & Grill
The Scoreboard Sports Bar and Grill and the Crowne Plaza Boston Woburn will be holding "The Big Game Palooza" on Super Sunday February 1, 2015.
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December 17, 2015 | Becca Falk | Special Events | Scoreboard Sports Bar & Grill
This Saturday night, December 19th 2015, Scoreboard Sports Bar and Grill will be hosting an Ugly Sweater Contest in addition to Wildfire's Annual Holiday Party.

This will be a fun and festive night for all, and you don't want to miss out!

Wildfire will be holding a free raffle with numerous great prizes including, but not limited to, gift baskets, gift cards, movie tickets, T-Shirts, and MORE!
The raffle winners will be announced in between the band's sets.

"WildFire is excited to be performing at Scoreboard this upcoming Saturday night for our annual Holiday Party & Ugly Sweater Contest. Join us at this fabulous venue voted the #1 Sports Bar in the Boston area. Scoreboard is the place to be with plenty of seating, friendly staff, large dance floor, great food, great drinks and a whole lotta fun"
-Ken Briana, WildFire lead vocals & percussion.

Scoreboard will be hosting the Ugly Sweater Contest, ugly sweaters are not required- but are highly recommended!

The first place winner of this contest will receive a VIP tour, as well as lunch or dinner for two, at the Red Hook Brewery located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
The runner up will receive a $50.00 Scoreboard gift card.

"Built in 1996, the Redhook Brewery was a pioneer in the New England craft beer industry. Please, come inside and learn about our rich heritage and innovative brands. Enjoy our world class beers and nosh on some outstanding food from our award winning brew pub!"
-Richard Rivera, Craft Brew Alliance Division Sales Manager


So get all of your shopping done, put the calls out to your babysitters, and join us for what is sure to be a wonderful night!
December 11, 2015 | Bruce Coulter | the Woburn Advocate | Special Events | Scoreboard Sports Bar & Grill
WOBURN
For a dozen years, Bob Ahern and his family have made it their mission to help the families of veterans serving overseas and those who have lost their lives.
That tradition will continue Dec. 12 when the Ahern Family Charitable Foundation hosts its 12th annual Army–Navy Football Luncheon at The Scoreboard at The Crowne Plaza in Woburn.
According to Ahern, this year's luncheon will benefit the Military Friends Foundation's Operation Santa-Massachusetts, which provides financial assistance to families associated with the Massachusetts National Guard and Reserve. Proceeds will be used to provide holiday gift cards to children of deployed and fallen soldiers.
Ahern, a native of Arlington, has strong ties to the military and law enforcement. He served in the Army Reserve and the Massachusetts Army National Guard before being honorably discharged in 1991. Those ties run throughout the Ahern family. His father Bo served in Vietnam with the Marines. Brother Steve was also a Marine. He and a second brother, Chris, are officers with the Cambridge Police Department.
In 1992, Ahern began a career in law enforcement, first with the Metropolitan Police Department and later the Massachusetts State Police, where he now serves as the bomb squad commander for the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Unit at Logan International Airport. While attending the Medal of Honor Convention in Boston earlier that year, he met Tom Lyons, the former executive director of the New England Shelter for Homeless Veterans and currently the director of community services at MassHousing in Boston.
Lyons explained the plight of homeless veterans and Ahern took it to heart.
"I wasn't really aware of that problem. Tom inspired me. There's an old saying, 'You never leave a man behind,' and I believe that," said Ahern. "It never hit me there could me homeless veterans. I didn't put two and two together."
After a discussion with his wife Eileen, what was once a St. Patrick's Day celebration at home became a party on a much larger scale at the Montvale Plaza in Stoneham in 2002. After selling approximately 350 tickets, Ahern raised $10,000 for the New England Shelter for Homeless Veterans.
While the issue of homelessness among veterans has garnered more attention in recent years, more still needs to be done.
"Once we're able to get a veteran into a stable environment and get back on track, we don't just let them go own their own. Now we provide services and help them reunite with their families," Ahern said. "The support services have made a difference."
Advocates are now getting people into more permanent housing and out of shelters at a faster rate.
As a result of his work with Ahern, Lyons said he supports the foundation as much as he can. After U.S. forces entered Afghanistan, Ahern said Reservists and National Guard members were being called to active duty to serve overseas.
"It put a financial strain on families of guardsmen and reservist," he said.
After earning status as a 501(c)(3) charity, the foundation held a St. Patrick's Day gala for the next few years, growing larger each year. The gala is on hiatus until 2017, but the foundation's efforts to care for families of veterans is ongoing.
"We came up with the idea of a less-formal event to supplement the gala," Ahern said.
The result was the first Army-Navy Luncheon in 2004 with about 50 guests. The venue has changed over years, but for the last five years, the luncheon has been held at The Scoreboard.
"We now have as many as 400 to 500 guests, including local TV and radio celebrities and former professional athletes like Terry O'Reilly and Steve Grogan," said Ahern.
This year's guests include two Medal of Honor recipients -- retired Navy Capt. Thomas Kelley and retired Army Staff Sgt. Ryan Pitts.
Grateful
Ahern said he's grateful for the efforts of the Crowne Plaza.
"They're very generous to us. The staff is awesome and they look forward to us coming in every year," he said.
Frank Vento, general manager of the Crowne Plaza, said after Ahern explained what he was doing, he quickly agreed to do what he could, which ended up being donating the venue and luncheon at no cost to the foundation.
"We feel very strongly this is a great cause. It's worthy of people contributing to. They won't have the expense of paying for the food and could donate more to the families," said Vento.
Sarah Kelleher Sweeney, executive director of the Military FrienRead More
December 04, 2015 | Frank Vento
Come support children of deployed and fallen troops at the 12TH Annual Army Navy Football Luncheon! This event will support Operation Santa- Massachusetts.
October 08, 2015 | Becca Falk | NESN | Sporting Events | Scoreboard Sports Bar & Grill
According to NESN, Jeremy Mincey, defensive end for the Cowboys, has some personal history with our boys the Patriots. Mincey was drafted in the sixth round of the NFL Draft in 2006 by the Patriots, and made it until final cuts.

Bill Belichick says, "Mincey's a good example of a player that fit a couple of other systems better than he fit ours at that point in time. He'd probably be a better fit in our system now than he was when we drafted him. He's a defensive end, he plays down, he's not in coverage much. He had, at the point we had him, more coverage responsibilities and in the end we had players who did it better than he did."

Before joining the Cowboys in 2014, Mincey played for the Jacksonville Jaguars and Denver Broncos.

Mincey comments on the upcoming game, "I'll respect Coach Belichick until the day I die. When I got released, he told me the truth, He said he loved my energy and I had some guys ahead of me like Roosevelt Colvin, Mike Vrabel and Junior Seau just signed, and I was playing linebacker and I barely knew how to play defensive end."
October 04, 2015 | Becca Falk | CBS Boston
According to CBS Boston, John Farrell will be making a return in 2016 as the manager of the Boston Red Sox. After having been diagnosed with Stage 1 Lymphoma in August Farrell took a medical leave, and completed his chemotherapy treatments this past week.
As long as Farrell remains healthy, he will continue to lead the team.
Torey Lovullo, Interim Manager, has "waived his right to pursue any major league managerial openings in the 2015-16 off season" and will be back as Bench Coach through 2017.
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