Families and Friends of the Developmentally Disabled of Grundy County will provide transportation and supervision to the Kansas City Royals baseball game against Cleveland the night of Friday, August 29th at Kansas City.
There's no cost to attend the game. It's a buck night meaning hot dogs, peanuts, and soft drinks can be purchased for $1 each. Fireworks follow the game.
A limited number of tickets are available on a first come, first served basis by contacting the Families and Friends of the Developmentally Disabled office at Trenton. If no one answers, persons are to leave a message and calls are to be returned.
A Families and Friends of the Developmentally Disabled vehicle will pick up individuals at their residence. Persons wanting a ride are asked to ensure they're on a list to be picked up at their home.
The schedule on August 29th calls for a Family and Friends van to leave Friendship Place Apartments that afternoon at 3 o'clock. A rest stop is planned around 4, arrival at Kauffman Stadium about 5:20, the game starts at 7:10, with fireworks afterward. The van returns to Friendship Place Apartments around midnight or 1 o'clock.
Guests may take food and water to the Royals game, provided its in a soft sided container no larger than 16-by-16-by-8. An unopened plastic bottle of water and unopened snacks also are allowed.