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The Davidson Wildcats men's basketball team challenged Vanderbilt at its 6th annual Black Out Belk fundraising game. Fans were encouraged to wear black in support of their team (though one fan in this picture is dressed as a White Lobster, a reference to Bryant Barr '10). Proceeds from the game benefited the David Burns Memorial Family Trust.

Black Out Belk at Davidson College

Posted: Thursday, Feb. 02, 2012

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Lake Norman resident Laura Mueller has been a photojournalist for more than 25 years, doing work for The Charlotte Observer, The Duke Endowment, Lake Norman Magazine, SouthPark Magazine, The Washington Post, The New York Post and many other publications. Her many awards have included being named NC Press Photographer of the Year. Find her at www.lauramuellerphotography.com.

The Davidson Wildcats men’s basketball team challenged Vanderbilt at its 6th annual Black Out Belk fundraising game. Fans were encouraged to wear black in support of their team. Proceeds from the game benefited the David Burns Memorial Family Trust.

Burns, a former Davidson College basketball player, died unexpectedly in October 2011 at age 34. The trust was started by friends to help support his wife Amanda, a former Davidson College cheerleader, and their three young sons.

Special “Black Out Belk” T-shirts were available for $10 at ‘Cats on Main, The Campus Store, and at the game, with proceeds going to the trust. A silent auction, held in the lobby during the game, included a Stephen Curry signed Davidson jersey, Curry/Bob McKillop signed ball, and a Cheerleader for a Day package.

For more information about the David Burns Memorial Family Trust, or to donate to the trust, visit http://www.facebook.com/pages/David-Burns-Memorial-Family-Trust/280088875364209.

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