Providence Night with the Aquasox was a Hit
Published August 25, 2014
On Sunday, August 17, Providence caregivers and their families were given four free tickets to enjoy a stress-free evening watching the Everett Aquasox baseball team. Caregivers were apart of the record-breaking attendance for the year, totaling over 4,000 fans.
The Aquasox were accommodating to Providence caregivers in many ways throughout the event. A drawing was held to allow friends and family members of Providence staff to participate in activities during the game, Preston Simmons, CEO, threw out the opening pitch and educational booths were present from Inside Out and Safe Kids.
Five year-old Wyatt Amrine was one of the lucky people chosen for a game day activity. He was escorted onto the field by Popfly, one of the Aquasox mascots, and gifted a backpack full of special treasures.