The Tolsia Youth Baseball and Softball League will be teaming up with local motorcycle club ‘Sons of the States’, along with Mayor Joetta Hatfield and the Town of Fort Gay to host an Easter egg hunt and cookout for the entire community and surrounding areas on Saturday, April 20th from 12:00-3:00p.m. It will be held at the youth league baseball field. The event is a fundraiser for the league to help with improvements that are needed to the fields.
The cookout is $5.00 all you can eat for adults and kids 12 and under are free. All proceeds from the event will go towards dirt for the infield for the baseball field. League president, David Fyffe said “Everyone come out and support upgrades to our fields so the kids will have a nice place to play and be proud of. And have some good food and great fun in the process!”
There will be prizes given away for the kids along with candy and baskets. Food will include hamburgers, hot dogs, baked beans, chips and more. Refreshments will include pop, water, and juices for the kids. The egg hunt will be for ages 12 and under.
The only rules they ask that everyone follow are absolutely no alcohol, drugs, profanity, or fighting. “We want this to be a safe day full of fun for everyone,” Fyffe noted.
Mayor Hatfield had this to say about the upcoming event: “As Mayor of Fort Gay I’m very excited to be a part of this Community Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by the Tolsia Youth Baseball League, Sons of the State MC & Town of FG. Coincidentally the Youth League & the Motorcycle Club both contacted me on the same day wanting to do something. I suggested doing one event together. Team Work has always proven to be successful in everything we have done so far to make our Community better. Hope to see everyone there!“