Loganville Hustle 10-U Baseball Team raise $1,738 for Special Olympics

The Loganville Hustle 10-U baseball team recently held a “Hit-A-Thon” to support Walton County Special Olympics. “These fine young boys raised over $1,738 and presented it to our athletes this evening. An awesome company heard what they did this evening and is going to match their donation! WOW what an honor it is,” said Amanda Reed, adding they would like to thank the following people: Hank Snell, Kingston Snowden, Jason Chait, Jackson Chait, Walker Yancey, Colton Hollis, Ryder Wainwright, Hudson Fuller, DJ Robinson, Klint Robinson, Cooper Holman-Beasley, Dorian Powell, Charlie Nelson and RJ Battersby as well as “Coach Devon.”
“They forgo ball games to volunteer their time and it is about “being bigger than ourselves” to give back,” the coach said.

Kim Wages accepts a check for more than $1700 for the Walton County Special Olympics from the Loganville Hustle U-10 Baseball Team. Photo by Shannon Schussler

The team gathered with local special Olympians at West Walton Park to celebrate the accomplishment on June 19 and for  Walton County Olympic representative Kim Wages to accept the gift on behalf of Walton Special Olympics, according to Shannon Schussler who wrote about the event on her blog and shared the video below.

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