Anchorage, Alaska |3/1/23 | Isaac Smoldon
The Anchorage Wolverines first specialty jersey auction of the 2022-23 season is now live, with the design honoring the Aubri Brown Club. This organization was founded by the family of Wolverines’ alumni Gage Brown, due to the loss of their four-month old daughter to SIDS.
“The Aubri Brown Club was created to raise money to help families who have lost a child and support them on the road to recovery,” the Browns stated. “After losing our daughter we knew that helping others with the loss of a child would be near and dear to our hearts, and the foundation is our vehicle to do this.”
The Brown family’s foundation supports families who have lost children by providing them with a robust support system that provides both emotional and financial stability. They have helped nearly 400 families since the Aubri Brown Club’s inception.
The jerseys that Anchorage will wear this weekend against the Fairbanks Ice Dogs proudly feature the foundation’s logo in the center of the chest, with the Wolverines’ logo superimposed in front on a pink background. All the proceeds from the fundraiser this week will benefit the Aubri Brown Club.
To access the online auction site, go to linktr.ee/ANCHORAGEWOLVERINES , and click on “Jersey Auction on DASH.” The auction will remain open until 12 p.m. AKST this Sunday.
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The Anchorage Wolverines are a tier-II USA Hockey Jr. Hockey team competing in the North American Hockey League. The Wolverines are owned by Marissa Flannery and Aaron Schutt, Jena and Jay Frawner, and Kari and John Ellsworth, Jr.