- August 10, 2011 - Mobile and Baldwin County Optimist Clubs Join USA Children's and Women's Hospital for "Strike Out Childhood Cancer Night" at Hank Aaron Stadium
- MOBILE – USA Children’s and Women’s Hospital and the Optimist Clubs of Mobile and Baldwin counties are teaming up on Friday, Aug. 12 for “Strike Out Childhood Cancer Night” at Hank Aaron Stadium, when the Mobile BayBears host the Mississippi Braves at 7:05 p.m., with a huge fireworks show to follow the game.
Advance voucher tickets are $8, with $3 from every voucher sale going to support USA Children’s and Women’s Hospital. To purchase vouchers, please contact Beth Mattei in the hospital’s Development Office at 415-1288 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
USA Children’s and Women’s Hospital is a leader in treating children’s cancer. The hospital’s USS Hope treatment center is a cheerful, submarine-themed room designed for children undergoing treatment for cancer, sickle cell disease and other transfusion therapies. As a member of the Children’s Oncology Group, the world’s largest childhood cancer research organization, USA’s pediatric oncologists have access to the latest and most effective cancer treatment protocols for children.
For more information about USA Children’s and Women’s Hospital, please visit www.usahealthsystem.com and click on Children’s and Women’s Hospital or call (251) 415-1000.