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 – for the heart. On Wednesday, June 11 our city’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. Paul’s Hospital Foundation.
Baseball fans are invited to come out and cheer Vancouver’s most recognized personalities. This action-packed night at the Nat will be complete with dancing groundskeepers and two-foot hot dogs – 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. Paul’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