Bazemore Hosting Three Events As Part of ARMS Foundation Weekend

Hawks Guard Putting on Bowling Competition, UNO Tournament and Golf Tourney
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ATLANTA -- Hawks guard Kent Bazemore will host several events from Saturday, August 6 through Monday, August 8 through his ARMS Foundation, as he launches the Foundation’s efforts in Atlanta. Bazemore and the Foundation are currently hosting a camp at his alma mater Bertie (NC) High School and last week hosted a camp in Norfolk, VA as well as a golf tournament in Virginia Beach, VA.

Following the Bowling for Hoops event on Saturday at Painted Pin, Bazemore will host an UNO tournament on Sunday at Fernbank Museum and a golf tournament at Druid Hills Golf Club on Monday.

“I’m so excited to be hosting these events in Atlanta with my Foundation and in partnership with the Hawks,” Bazemore said. “ARMS Foundation is very special to me and my family, and it’s a blessing to be in a position to have an impact in places and for people that have given so much love and support to me.”

Beneficiaries of the events include Bellwood Boys & Girls Club in Atlanta, Bertie YMCA in Bazemore’s hometown of Bertie, NC and 1st Tee of Hampton Roads Up Center (where Bazemore attended college at Old Dominion University).

Saturday, Aug. 6
Bowling For Hoops
12:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Painted Pin
737 Miami Circle, NE
Atlanta, GA 30324
Open To Public (RSVP Required)

Sunday, Aug. 7
UNO Tournament
7-10 p.m.
Fernbank Museum
767 Clifton Rd. NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
Open To Public

Monday, Aug. 8
Golf Tournament
10 a.m. shotgun start/3 p.m. awards
Druid Hills Golf Club
740 Clifton Rd.
Atlanta, GA 30307
Foursomes Available

ARMS Foundation was created by Bazemore originally as a way for him to give back to the community.  The foundation’s mission is to develop and operate programs, activities, and facilities, namely recreational sports programs and basketball camps aimed at increasing the health status of children and young adults, wherever located, and/or benefiting underprivileged, less fortunate, and/or distressed children and young adults, wherever located.