Fourth-annual Battle of the Geeks softball game is Sunday, Aug. 10
August 9, 2014
On Sunday, Aug. 10, at 4 p.m., the Lake Dillon Theatre Company theater nerds will defend their 2013 victory against the Keystone Science School science geeks during the fourth-annual Battle of the Geeks softball exhibition game at the David Olbright Memorial Field in Dillon.
Food and drinks will be available for sale, and attendees can be top bidders at the "ump auction" and call the game for an inning. Donations can also be pledged for each run batted in support of both organizations. The Keystone Science School science geeks lead the series, 2-1.
"It's a unique event in the county bringing together staff who not only perform Broadway songs and silly camp skits but also put their hearts and souls into a real game of softball," said Ellen Reid, Keystone Science School executive directory, encouraging sports, science and theatre lovers of all kinds to attend the game. "It's light-hearted fun with a dash of competitive spirit thrown in."
A $10 donation supporting both organizations is requested but not required. All proceeds from donations and sales will be split evenly between Keystone Science School and the Lake Dillon Theatre Company. For more information, visit http://www.lakedillontheatre.org or http://www.keystonescienceschool.org.
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