Cory davis memorial scholarship

  • CDMS is scholarship created by friends and family of those who lost their lives in the terrible tragedy that struck the mining industry of West Virginia on April 5, 2010.
  • The scholarship benefits two Riverside High School students. The scholarship can be used for books or tuition to any trade/vocational school or college.
  • The tragedy that took place on April 5, 2010 is known as The Upper Big Branch Mine Disaster. Twenty-nine miners at the site were killed. The accident was the worst in United States since 1970, when 38 miners were killed at Finley Coal Company's No. 15 and 16 mines in Hyden, Kentucky. A state funded independent investigation would later find Massey Energy directly responsible for the blast.

Cory Davis Memorial Gear




  • 4.25-ounce, 65/35 poly/cotton ripstop 
  • Touchtex™ technology for superior color retention, stain release and wickability 
  • Open collar with sewn-in stays 
  • Concealed, no-scratch button placket protects auto finish 
  • Button-through right chest pocket 
  • Left chest pocket with double pencil stall 
  • Utility pocket on left sleeve 
  • Straight hem to be worn tucked in or out 

CDMS T-Shirt



  • 5.3-ounce, 100% cotton
  • Seamless double-needle 7/8" collar
  • Double-needle sleeves and hem
  • Taped neck and shoulders
  • Tearaway label

CDMS Flex Fit Hats



An ultra-breathable cap with the patented Flexfit stretch for a comfortable fit. A silver contrast underbill adds character to this trucker-style cap.

  • Fabric: 60/40 cotton/poly front panels, 95/5 poly/spandex mesh mid and back panels
  • Structure: Structured
  • Profile: Mid
  • Closure: Stretch fit


Aidan's Antics has partnered with CDMS to supply their shirts and online sales and donation capabilities. By Aidan's Antics providing merchandise to CDMS it lets a small percentage of the shirt cost go towards our mission. Which is to find A Cure For Sanfilippo Syndrome that is a terminal disease affecting 1 in 70,000 kids. Typically ending at death before they meet their teens.