The Boys & Girls Club of Springville will hold its 13th annual Corporate Challenge Snowshoe Softball Tournament on Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017 at the Town of Concord Community Park, beginning at 9 a.m.  The tournament normally ends around 5 p.m. and is a co-ed, slow-pitch, double-elimination event.  “Snow date” is Feb. 4.

The day is full of fun and laughs as teams compete wearing snowshoes.  Tumbles and falls are always a highlight of this major fundraising event for the Springville Boys and Girls Club.  The more snow, the more laughs; the tougher the game, the better the tumbles.  All for a great cause right here in Springville.

Corporate teams compete all day for bragging rights and to win the coveted “Snowshoe Trophy,” which coincidentally is a pair of snowshoes. More importantly, the tournament helps to support the ongoing efforts of the Boys & Girls Club.  This past year, the Boys & Girls Club of Springville provided programs to over 500 area youth!  Our Maple facility members participate in national Boys & Girls Club programs, such as Triple Play, Project LEARN and Healthy Habits, while also engaging in our travel basketball leagues, dance classes, creative crafts and social recreation activities.

At Springville and Colden elementary schools, our youngest members participate in “Fun Club,” a licensed school-age child care program that provides physical fitness activities, educational assistance and social recreational opportunities to kids before and after the school day.  In addition to our school year programs, the Club hosted more than 90 kids at Summer Camp this past year!

Is your business interested in having a fun filled day full of laughs and tumbles to help the SB&GC?  No experience is necessary.  Just a competitive spirit and will to have a ‘fun’-tastic time is all that is required.  And, you could take home the coveted ‘Snowshoe Trophy’ to hang in your business for the year.  Simply contact Club Director, Andy Bobseine at (716) 829-9785.

Don’t wait too long as the competition is limited to only 10 corporate teams.

The club is always looking for new, dedicated board members and volunteers.  For more information contact  Andy Bobseine, Unit Director at (716) 829-9785.

The Boys & Girls Club is a 501(c) 3 Charitable Organization.  All donations are tax deductible.