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2018 Holliston Youth Baseball and Softball parade – Sunday, May 6th

by Tom McHugh
May 3, 2018

Please join us for a fun-filled day of activities at the Holliston Youth Baseball and Softball Association Opening Day Parade and Carnival!  Sunday May 6th at Damigella Field, Adams Middle School

  • Hit a homerun for charity at the Homerun Derby
  • March with your team at the Parade
  • Enjoy a family Carnival

Schedule of Events

  • Homerun Derby for Timothy O’Connell Foundation: 9:00 am - 12:30 pm Damigella Softball Field – Boys and Girls - $5 for 10 swings
    • 9am – Farm
    • 10am – Minors
    • 11am – Majors

 

  • HYBSA Parade: Lineup at 12:30 pm – meet at the Placentino parking lot - Start 1:00 pm
  • Opening Day Ceremony: 1:45 pm -  Damigella Softball Field
    • 1st Raffle Drawing
    • Other prizes

 

  • HYBSA Carnival: 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
    • Inflatable Obstacle Courses
    • Spirit Wear
    • Radar Gun Pitching Contest
    • Silent Auction hosted by KBK Sports

 

*** Do you have a vintage car? If so, would you be interested in participating in the opening day parade by driving your vehicle?  For more information or to reserve your spot, please contact Tom McHugh at 508-397-4565 or  tmchugh@mathworks.com

 

Please visit www.hybsa.net for further details for any of the activities

 

 

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