Last night, the Bruins won the Stanley Cup in game 7.
Overall, in a about a week's time, Team Tramiris was able to raise $30,000 for Tramiris Anthony, 9, and his mother Nicole.
The night of game 3 of the Stanley Cup, Tramiris pulled the winning raffle ticket for the two tickets to game 4 of the Stanley Cup. The fundraising event was held at the Framingham Elks, and was attended by family, friends of Tramiris and members of the community who had never even met the outgoing, athletic boy.
Almost 1,500 tickets at $20 each were sold for the raffle. Patty and Roger Dilbarian from the Framingham Football & Cheer program generously offered the tickets to benefit a fund to be set up in Tramiris' name. The seats were in section 19, with a face value of $190 each. The market value was more than $750 each.
Besides the Stanley Cup ticket raffle, $604 was raised by Framingham Lacrosse, which raffled off a grill. Weston Lacrosse donated $500.
Other donations came in from people as far away as California and Texas (power of Facebook, Internet and Framingham Patch).
Last Friday at the Framingham Youth Football Meet and Greet night hot dogs and drinks sold raised another $402 for the Tramiris Anthony Fund.
All total, Team Tramiris believes the fund exceeds $30,000. The fund was set up at Middlesex Savings Bank.
Team Tramiris wanted to thank all "our supporters, many individuals, families, teams and businesses. We would especially like to thank the following: Framingham Elks, Sechuan Gourmet, Fireflies BBQ Restaurant, Pizza Peddler, Stop N Shop Old Conn Path, Play It Again Sports, Framingham Youth Lacrosse, Weston Youth Lacrosse, Staples, Angry Ham's Garage, Gianni's Pizza
Wings Over Framingham, and Framingham Youth Football."