"BATTLE FOR WEST SEATTLE" Softball game set for May 21
information from West Seattle Chamber of Commerce and West Seattle Junction Association
As part of the celebration of the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce’s 100th Anniversary, the Chamber has challenged the West Seattle Junction Association to the first ever Battle for West Seattle—a charity softball game benefiting the West Seattle Food Bank and White Center Food Bank!
This charity softball game is being hosted by The DubSea Fish Sticks at The Fryer. Tom Hutyler, the public address announcer for the Seattle Mariners and West Seattle Local, will be announcing the game. The softball teams are made up of amateur players from local West Seattle businesses. It’s sure to be a home run, so come out to cheer on your favorite nonprofit or business!
All Ages General Admission Tickets are $12/person and ages 3 & under are free. Things are heating up with the competition, so get your tickets now at http://battleforwestseattle.com! Sponsorships are also available for businesses wishing to support this community event.
Game Day Details:
Battle for West Seattle
Sunday, May 21st, 2023 at 12:05pm
Mel Olson Stadium - Inside of King County's Steve Cox Memorial Park
1321 SW 102nd St, Seattle, WA 98146
Tickets at http://battleforwestseattle.com
West Seattle Chamber of Commerce is a 501c3 business advocacy nonprofit founded in 1923 and currently made up of nearly 270 businesses. The vision of the Chamber is sustainable economic growth of a diverse, viable business community on the Greater West Seattle Peninsula.
West Seattle Junction Association is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) Business Improvement Area (BIA) in the heart of West Seattle. The Junction Association merchants produce many community events throughout the year including Art Walk, Summer Fest, West Seattle Outdoor Movies, Harvest Festival and Hometown Holidays.
The Dub Sea Fish Sticks are a summer collegiate baseball team based out of West Seattle, whose home stadium is located in White Center, WA. The team was originally founded in 2015 as the Highline Bears and has been rebranded as the Dub Sea Fish Sticks. The team plays its games at Mel Olson Stadium which is located inside of King County’s Steve Cox Memorial Park.