Slo-pitch gives to Clearwater Minor Ball

Proceeds from the May Day slow pitch tournament will go towards the provincial Peewee and Midget championships in Clearwater July 13-15

Clearwater Slow Pitch donates $1

Clearwater Slow Pitch donates $1,500 to Clearwater Minor Ball’s provincial fund. The proceeds from the May Day slow pitch tournament will go towards the provincial Peewee and Midget championships to be held in Clearwater July 13-15. Pictured are (back, l-r) CMB president Melody Romeo, slow pitch organizers Charlene Hand, Robert Donnelly and Carmen Archibald, CMB vice-president Christy Kjenstad, (front, l-r) minor ball players Ryley Griffin, Keanen Bromley, Jackson Kjenstad, Hudson Cobbs and Hailey Griffin. More donations are needed to make the provincial championships a successful event.

 

 

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