Little Miss Myla slo-pitch tournament

The Phanatics won the Little Miss Myla fundraising slo-pitch tournament

Nicole Evans, from the Phanatics, gets tagged out after overstepping third base by Scott Nicolson of the Barking Parrot Boozers during a Sunday game at the Little Miss Myla fundraising tournament held by the Higher End Contracting Smokin' Aces on the weekend. The Phanatics moved on to the A final where they were defeated by the SDC Spitters 12-9. In the B final Cleats and Cleavage defeated the Lobsters 11-5. Money was raised for the family of a Penticton child who has Rhabdomyosarcoma cancer and requires special treatment in Seattle.

Nicole Evans, from the Phanatics, gets tagged out after overstepping third base by Scott Nicolson of the Barking Parrot Boozers during a Sunday game at the Little Miss Myla fundraising tournament held by the Higher End Contracting Smokin' Aces on the weekend. The Phanatics moved on to the A final where they were defeated by the SDC Spitters 12-9. In the B final Cleats and Cleavage defeated the Lobsters 11-5. Money was raised for the family of a Penticton child who has Rhabdomyosarcoma cancer and requires special treatment in Seattle.

The Higher End Contracting Smokin’ Aces hosted a slo-pitch tournament last weekend to raise money for a Penticton family whose child has Rhabdomyosarcoma cancer and requires special treatment.

Another fundraising event, a burger and beer at the Barking Parrot, is being held on May 3. Tickets are $20 and include a burger, beer and live music. The event runs from 4 to 7 p.m. and tickets can be purchased by calling 250-809-9524.

 

 

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