Evansville's Highland Baseball Club
SERVPRO of East Evansville Congratulates the Highland Baseball Club!
It was great to seeing Indiana represented again on the national stage this weekend. The Highland Baseball Club was selected from over 900 teams to play Saturday at Volunteer Stadium in the Challenger Exhibition at the Little League World Series.
The game kicked off with Highland player Allie Shanks singing the national anthem. The kids had a lot of fun and everyone was involved. Even baseball Hall of Fame inductee Vladimir Guerrero was in attendance. He threw out the first pitch, gave players for both teams their medals and even filled in as third base coach.
The team received a hero's welcome back from the Evansville Police Department, Evansville Fire Department, Vanderburgh County Sheriff, Indiana State Police, Scott Township Fire Department and fans from all over.
We are so proud of you. You represented us well.
If you missed the game they are showing it again 9/2 on Channel 9, WNIN.
New Albany Little League
Congratulations and great job by the New Albany Little League team.
New Castle was the last team from Indiana to make it to the Little League world series. The kids from New Albany were just one game away.
The team came up short over the weekend against a team from Grosse Pointe, Michigan in the Great Lakes Region. Their only two losses came at the hands of the same team. They couldn't overcome the pitching and the game was stopped in the fourth inning because of the 10-0 rule to stop teams from running up the score. Hundreds of fans of the team were able to make the drive to see them play at Grand Park in Westfield just North of Indy. I actually stayed in Evansville and watched it on TV. They fell short but they played hard and had fun.
They represented Southern Indiana well!
SERVPRO of East Evansville is a proud supporter of Volunteers of America and we share in their goal of helping to heal our communities.
Their Fresh Start program provides free residential addiction treatment for mothers who are pregnant or involved with the Indiana Department of Child Services. The program allows mothers and children to remain together in a structured and secure facility. The program is provided at no cost to the mother and insurance coverage is not required. The program accept referrals from mothers who live anywhere in the state of Indiana.
Volunteers of America offers behavioral health, residential corrections and support services for veteran families here in Evansville. To learn more about the impact Volunteers of America or The Fresh Start program is having in our community visit: www.voain.org/news.
SERVPRO of East Evansville was excited to participate in the annual Tri State Association of Insurance Adjusters’ Christmas party on Friday, December 4th. We had a wonderful time meeting new and old friends from the area.
We would like to wish everyone a very safe and happy Holidays!