After a presentation today, board members of the Trenton Rotary Club decided to make A 500 dollar donation to the Green Hills Recreation Association to sponsor a kids ball team.
Scott Blair, who serves as chairman for Green Hills Recreation was the speaker at today’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club. He noted over 330 youth signed up recently to play t-ball, softball and baseball this summer. Committees have been formed including those for coaching, scheduling and fund-raising.
Sponsorships are available for persons, organizations and businesses. With a $500 donation, contributors sponsor a team of their choice, receive a plaque with the team’s photo, have their name included on a banner to be displayed at the ball field where the team plays plus have sponsorship of a winter league team. A $250 donation includes co-sponsorship of a team, a plaque with the team photo and their name included on the public banner. Donations of $249 and under allows for a summer league sponsorship and their name on the banner.
Blair reported Green Hills Recreation has a committee working on youth basketball during the winter months. Other recreational activities being discussed, he said, include flag football, soccer and dodge ball.
Also at today’s meeting, it was announced the Trenton Rotary Club received a certificate of appreciation from the Salvation Army for work during the bell-ringing campaign in the Christmas season. During the two days Trenton Rotarians worked, 11 hundred and 62 dollars was raised.
Other announcements included tickets are on sale for five dollars to attend the fund raiser called Trenton’s got talent. Tickets can be purchased at the school district office, Republican-Times, GFG Ag services and Hometown Pharmacy.