Information provided by Jon Van Hoek, captain of the Monitor Baseball Club of Chelsea
Please come join the Monitors and
This year the event will benefit the UM Peer-to-Peer Depression Awareness Campaign at Beach Middle School and Chelsea High School. All are invited to
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and any donations to this important effort in our schools will be greatly appreciated. You may donate via cash or check at the match, or if you are unable to attend and would like to contribute, an easy online giving link has been set up: victors.us/chelseamonitors.
The Monitors and Merries play our nation’s pastime by the rules of 1860, and we emphasize hustle and sportsmanship, history and community. If you haven’t yet made it out to one of our matches, please mark your calendars—we’d love to have you join the fun! All ages welcome—just bring lawn chairs, blankets and refreshments for yourself, and settle in to watch a lively demonstration of the beginnings of our national pastime, played with spirit by your friends & neighbors. We also hold weekly practices, open to anyone interested in trying their hand. Other home matches this year will be June 9, July 28 and August 24 at Timbertown, and June 29 at Chelsea High School.
For more information on the Tallies for Charity match or any of our 2019 matches, please contact email@example.com, visit our website: www.chelseamonitors.com, or Facebook page ‘Chelsea Monitors.’ Huzzah!