Baseball Game Raises Money for Special Olympics
Aug 09, 2015 08:24AM
● Published by Steven Jack
Members of the Kendall County Sheriff's Office recently took on Oswego Pony League players in a baseball game to benefit Special Olympics.
Deputies from the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office recently played a baseball game against the Oswegoland Pony Leaguers ‘Future Leaders of America” to raise money for Special Olympics.
The game was held on National Night Out Aug. 4, at Oswego High School. A total of $810 was raised in ticket sales, which will go to support Special Olympics.
The Pony Leaguers won the game with a score of 15-4.
The following individuals, organizations and businesses contributed to the success of the event.
INFORMATION AND PHOTO PROVIDED BY THE KENDALL COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
- Oswego Baseball & Softball Association
- WSPY Radio, and Sports Director Jim Teckenbrock
- Meijer of Oswego
- Target of Oswego
- Wal Mart of Montgomery
- Wal Mart of Plano
- Jeff Hahn
- Oswego Police Department
- Oswego Fire Protection District