Today’s Buzz: Young Professionals of Augusta Host Charity Celebrity Softball to Support the Augusta Museum of History, June 25th

June 24, 2011|

Come join the fun as the YPA (Young Professionals Association) host a charity Celebrity Softball game at the Lake Olmstead Stadium this coming Saturday, June 25th.  The event has been organized as a community effort to help raise needed funds for Augusta’s Museum of History.

Celebrities on tap to attend are Mayor Deke Copenhaver, Chuck Williams, Austin Rhodes, Billy Byler, John Hart, Matt Aitken, Chris Kane, Joe Bowles, Neil Gordon, Dip Metress, Danny Craig, Jay Jeffries, Ashley Wright, and Captain Scott Peebles.

Tickets are just $10 each and include entry into the “Thirsty Thursday” Augusta Greenjackets game on June 39th.   There will be a huge networking event on the party deck with local band, the Mason Jars, providing the evening’s musical entertainment.   The game starts at 7pm.

The Augusta Museum of History-

Founded in 1937, the Augusta Museum of History is Augusta’s oldest historical agency devoted to the preservation and presentation of local and regional history. The not-for-profit agency functions as the steward of the community’s rich, diverse and invaluable material past.
The museum curates the largest and most significant historical collection in the CSRA and functions as a historical research and resource center for professional and amateur historians, media, organizations and individuals, and is home to permanent exhibition Augusta’s Story, a 12,000 year journey through the region’s past.
In 2003, the museum constructed The Knox Foundation Center for the Preservation and Study of the CSRA History and the Educational Resource Center. The 10,000 square-foot addition includes a research library/archives, storage for museum collections, and an artifact conservation/preparation laboratory. For more information-

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