On Wednesday November 7th the Westchester Baseball held a fundraiser night at the Westchester McDonald’s located on 31st St. The restaurant was taken over by coaches as they worked behind the counter to serve their families to raise money to help support their teams.
The Westchester Baseball McCoach’s night took place from 5:00-8:00 p.m. and during the event 20% of the night’s sales from Westchester Baseball families were donated directly to the team. The money raised during this event will go towards equipment and field improvements. Owner Operator David Bear also donated a case of fresh apple pies for the team to sell at the event.
Coaches’ son Jack Kaden and coaches Greg Faust and Tab Bamford wore the pie costume the entire event and had a blast.
Owner Operator David Bear couldn’t have been happier with the night’s events:
“We are proud to serve the families of the Westchester community and through McCoach’s Night, we are able to not only help provide financial support, but help team members feel connected to their teammates, coaches, and community.”
The McCoach’s Night is part of McDonald’s larger commitment to initiatives supporting families and the local community.
A special thank you goes to Westchester Baseball president, Mark Wesolowski and Coach Roger Kaden, who organized the event as well as everyone that worked and attended the event. The team had a spectacular night of coaches, parents, players and socializing while helping to raise funds for their team.
For more information about events provided by the Bear Family McDonald’s, please contact Community Relations Director Julie Travers email@example.com.