Billings American Legion Baseball hosts "Legion Against Cancer" night
Funds raised benefit Billings Clinic's PATHWAYS survivorship program
Billings, MT — Billings American Legion Baseball's fourth annual "Legion Against Cancer" night is taking place on Thursday, July 3 at 7 p.m. at Dehler Park. The Billings Royals will play the Billings Scarlets in this fundraising game that will benefit Billings Clinic Cancer Center’s PATHWAYS survivorship programs.
Fans can buy a virtual seat ($10), a base ($20) or pitching mound ($50) to honor someone who has battled cancer. With the purchase of a virtual seat, base or mound, attendees can upload a message and a photo to be broadcast on the score board during the game. The dedications will stay on the Billings American Legion Baseball website throughout the baseball season.
All donations will go to PATHWAYS survivorship programs at Billings Clinic. These programs empower, support and educate cancer patients and their families.
To purchase your seat, base, or mound dedication visit www.legionagainstcancer.org. To learn more about Billings American Legion Baseball, visit www.billingsalbaseball.org