Centreville High to Host Baseball Benefit for Wounded Warriors

Donations from admission will go to benefit Operation Homefront.

The Wildcats will wear camouflage jerseys on Tuesday, May 8th, as they take on the , in a home game that will benefit injured military men and women. 

The Wildcats hope many fans will attend the game, and that the business community will become involved in the effort. The team plans to honor several wounded military members beforehand.

Admission is free, but donations will be accepted at the front gate to benefit the Washington, D.C., chapter of Operation Homefront. The nonprofit organization provides emergency financial assistance, food, auto repair, support for military spouses and other help for military and veterans.

For more information, or to find out how to become involved, contact Rich Fite at Richard.Fite@ndu.edu or 904-718-­6828.  


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