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Walker-Wiffle Ball fundraiser for little Aubrey Willis, 23 Jul 2017

Donations only entry. Concessions will be sold along with chances on raffles. All proceeds go to help the family of 4-year-old Aubrey Willis to help with medical expenses.
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By Jessica Walley

The churches in the Portland/Milltown Community will present an 'Ole Timers' Walker-Wiffle Ball Tournament, starting at 3pmCT, Sun 23 Jul 2017, at the Old Portland Baseball Field, beside Poor Man's Store, 1100 Portland Road, Columbia, KY 42728. The fundraiser is being held for the benefit of the family of Aubrey Willis, age 4, from the Portland Community.

Aubrey was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in February 2017 and is on a 2 year treatment plan. Aubrey is currently undergoing chemotherapy and will begin radiation in December. All proceeds will go to the family for help with medical expenses.

Donations only to enter game. Concessions will be sold along with chances on raffles.

Wiffle ball teams are 'Old Fogeys', 'Coffin Dodgers', 'Old Grey Sluggers', and the 'Has Beens' who will run the bases with medical walkers.

Top players include, Jimmie Dale Cox, Rodney Walley, Barney Taylor, Darrell Coffey, Donnie Phipps, David Burris, Jerry Smith, Kim Keltner, Pam Phipps and many more.

Contacts: Jessica Walley 270-634-1923, or Betty Burris 270-805-1152.

This story was posted on 2017-07-08 12:51:12
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