The Blinn College baseball team will help knock childhood cancer out of the park this season with its annual Turn Back the Clock Days at Leroy Dreyer Field.
During the Buccaneers’ Feb. 23 double-header vs. Wharton County Community College and their April 13 double-header vs. Alvin Community College, the Buccaneers will wear replica jerseys modeled after those worn by the team during the 1920s and ‘30s. Proceeds from the event, which features old-time music and 25-cent hot dogs, will benefit Adam’s Angels Ministry.
Adam’s Angels Ministry is a non-profit organization founded by Donna and Tim Culliver of Brenham as a way to reach out to families that have been affected by childhood cancer. The Cullivers lost their 4-year-old son, Adam Christian Culliver, to acute myelogenous leukemia.
Blinn began hosting Turn Back the Clock Days in 2009 as a fundraiser for local charities. In previous years, the event has raised money for Boys & Girls Club of Washington County, the Brazos Valley Hospice and Washington County Little League.
All monetary donations and fund-raising proceeds raised from this year’s event will allow Adam’s Angels to assist families with living expenses, fuel costs, medical parking and meal vouchers. Individuals or companies wishing to donate directly to Adam’s Angels Ministry can send checks to: P.O. Box 2573, Brenham, TX 77834-2573, or visit www.adamsangelsministry.com.
For more information on Blinn baseball, visit www.buccaneersports.com. The Buccaneers open their season Tuesday with a 3 p.m. double-header against Temple College at Leroy Dreyer Field.