Please join Scorpion Lacrosse coaches, parents and friends for a fun night of Poker and Wine Tasting in downtown Danville on Saturday, March 28th.
WHEN: Saturday, March 28th 5:30 PM until 10:00 PM
WHERE: Veteran’s Memorial Bldg (400 Hartz Ave) + Auburn James Winery (321 Hartz)
COST: $100 for Poker (initial buy in) and/or $50 for Wine Tasting. REGISTER here.
All poker players and wine enthusiasts will meet at the Veterans Memorial Building from 5:30 – 6:30 PM for registration and complimentary food, beer and wine. At 6:30 poker play begins and wine enthusiasts will relocate to the Auburn James Winery (2 min walk).
This fun event is a fundraiser to help our club purchase AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators). Did you know the American Red Cross believes every American should be within 4 minutes of an AED and that improved training and AED access could save 50,000 lives each year? Scorpion Lacrosse is committed to the safety of our players and their families, and we are raising money to place one of these lifesaving AED devices at each of our playing fields.
Please join us for a wonderful evening while making our lacrosse fields a safer place for our players, families, and visitors. Sign up for the SCORPION POKER and WINE EVENT today!
It is with the great sadness that we deliver the heartbreaking news of the passing of our good friend, esteemed coach and colleague, Todd French. Todd was a fighter to the end, having bravely battled cancer and the doctors who originally told him he had less than a year to live. Now almost four years later, his spirit and positive energy will rage on.
Todd impacted nearly a generation of youth in our community, coaching with the Scorpion club for 13 years in addition to T-Birds Football, and San Ramon Valley High School football and lacrosse. A two-time US Lacrosse Man of the Year recipient, US Lacrosse Assistant Coach of the Year, and Scorpion Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, Todd's impact spread far and wide. And while he will be deeply missed by his family, friends and the extended San Ramon Valley youth sports community, he leaves behind both the fond memories we have of him and the positive influence he had on so many of our sons and daughters.
Prior to his passing, Todd requested that we not grieve his death, but rather celebrate his life and continue to live our own lives to the fullest. So let us remember Todd with a fist pump and smile, and send loving and supportive thoughts to his wife Michelle and sons Austin and Cole.
A celebration of Todd’s life will be held on Sunday February 15th from 1-3pm at the San Ramon Valley High School football field with reception to follow at Primo's.
In the meantime, we thought many of you would enjoy celebrating and remembering Todd’s life by learning more about him. Written by Laura Navarro, the mother of one of his players, this story provides a glimpse into Todd's life and the impact he had on so many in our community.
And remember that "those we love don’t go away, they walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard, but always near, still loved, still missed and forever dear".
Rest in Peace, Todd. We love you.
- Scorpion Lacrosse players, coaches, families… past and present.