Barrington High softball group joins ALS expostulate to support teammate
May 12, 2016 - als
For a initial time, Barrington High varsity softball players will join their baseball-playing counterparts this weekend when they go out in a village to lift income for ALS research.
Their impasse is personal since a father of core fielder Carley Kordich has been diagnosed with a disease, according to Bob Lee, a Barrington proprietor and member of a Les Turner ALS Foundation.
Lee pronounced Jeff Kordich has been a tie during a team’s games, mostly sitting on a left-field side. He’s been named a titular authority of this year’s Tag Days expostulate for a Les Turner ALS Foundation.
As partial of a drive, volunteers will collect donations via a Barrington area Friday by Sunday, including during grocery stores and bustling travel corners.
Since 1994, a Tag Days expostulate has lifted scarcely $1.6 million in a Chicago area, Lee said. The support of a Barrington High ball group is one of a reasons they have been so successful, he added.