The Westchester Girls Softball held a Fundraiser Night at the Westchester McDonald’s on Thursday, April 27. This fundraiser was organized to help raise money for WGS by having coaches and parents work at McDonald’s and then giving a percentage of the night’s sales to the team. The WGS coaches and parents had an exceptional time at this lively fundraiser. On Thursday, the restaurant was taken over by coaches and parents excited to serve freshly prepared meals to students and their families. All the money was raised for the team will go towards some much needed new equipment.The jobs included greeting guests, cleaning the lobby, working the front counter, serving drinks, clearing tables, selling pies, serving ice cream, and even dressing up in a pie costume—all duties which were executed with great enthusiasm. A special thank you goes to WGS Board Member, Peggy Perry, who organized the entire event as well as everyone that worked and attended the event. The Westchester Girls Softball worked hard and with excitement, while the families also enjoyed a great evening.The fundraiser Night was courtesy of the Westchester McDonald’s Owner/Operator, David Bear. For more information about events provided by the Westchester McDonald’s contact Community Relations Director Julie Travers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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8-Lily Komperda, Olivia Markay, Nicole Flowers and Dad Kevin Flowers were all at McDonald’s to support Westchester Girls Softball.
18-Coach and WGS Board Member, Amy Hopp, works hard at the drive-thru.
20-Ava Franklin, Mary Lah, Julia Donaldson, Mandy Rollage, Nicole Flowers Ted Grengs the Team Manager, Coach Kevin Lah and Coach Kevin Flowers all came to support Westchester Girls Softball at the Westchester McDonald’s.