Fun-Filled Softball Tournament Announced

June 24th, 2014 by Comment button No Comments »

Gary O’Neill, Gary Gregoris, Mayor Rob Burton, Colin McGregor

Gary O’Neill, Gary Gregoris, Mayor Rob Burton, Colin McGregor

Trinison Management Corporation and Mattamy Homes team up once again to support Oakville families in need as the title sponsors of the 7th annual Mayor’s Invitational Tournament (MIT) in support of Kerr Street Ministries (KSM).

The 2014 MIT is taking place on Thursday, July 10th at Trafalgar Park and Glenashton Park. The MIT is a fun-filled day of co-ed softball raising funds in support of the many programs offered at KSM (after school care, youth drop-in centre, summer day camp, food bank and community meals, and more).

KSM provides support to low-income families in our community and offers the resources necessary to help them move beyond current circumstances and begin to build bright futures. Without the generous support from all of our sponsors this would not be possible. Mattamy & Trinison have partnered with KSM to ensure that the families in Oakville receive the help they need. They encourage other donors, especially the business community to join them and “step up to the plate & donate”.

Once again this year, a volunteer Zero Waste team, led by Lura, will be on hand to help create a greener tournament environment.

Participating Sponsors and Donors:

Mattamy Homes, Trinison Management Corporation, John & Kay Hamilton, Rosehaven Homes, Biddington Group, The Weather Network, Tim Hortons, Lura, Cameron’s Brewing Company, Lifesource Water Systems, Longo’s, Melrose Investments Inc., Corbett’s Source for Sports, Loopstra Nixon LLP, Kruger Products, The Canadian National Exhibition.

Participating Teams:

Trinison Management Corporation, Mattamy Home, Mattamy Land, Scotiabank, The Ian Martin Group, DSEL, Oakville Hydro, LiUNA, Town of Oakville, Team McHardy.

This year our fundraising goal is $150,000. Help us reach our goal and make positive changes in the lives of those in need. Go to www.kerrstreet.com and click on “Donate Now.” Together we can create the most livable town in Canada.

About the author: Richard Douglas

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