Vancouver celebrities step up to hit a home run for the heart
Vancouver celebrities are challenged to step up to the plate to hit a home run â€“ for the heart. On Wednesday, June 11 our cityâ€™s local icons are set to compete in Strike Out Heart Disease Celebrity Softball Game at Scotiabank Field, Nat Bailey Stadium. Media and celebrities will play in a six-inning ball game at this historic stadium in support of the St. Paulâ€™s Hospital Foundation.
Baseball fans are invited to come out and cheer Vancouverâ€™s most recognized personalities. This action-packed night at the Nat will be complete with dancing groundskeepers and two-foot hot dogs â€“ the true essentials to any ball game.
Cash donations can be made per strikeout. Admission is $2.00 with 100% of the proceeds going towards the St. Paulâ€™s Hospital Foundation and its efforts to raise funds and awareness of the risks of heart disease.
Vancouver Canadians Strike Out Heart Disease Celebrity Softball Game
WHEN: Wednesday, June 11, 2014 at 7:05pm
WHERE: Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium, 4601 Ontario Street, Vancouver, BC
WHO: Two teams of local media (TV, radio, print & digital)
Local celebrities and dignitaries
Jake Kerr, Co-Owner of the Vancouver Canadians
Andy Dunn, President of the Vancouver Canadians