Charity Softball Game to Benefit Family That Lost Home in Fire

A softball game between cross-town rivals – Glendale and Moshannon Valley – will benefit a local family in need.

The third annual Glendale charity softball game will be played March 25 at the Irvona Park. The first pitch is set for 5:30 p.m.

This year, all proceeds will benefit the Harold and Millie Gustafson family that lost their home in a recent fire.

This charity game really hits home for the softball team, as the fire affected Kenisha Gustafson, a 2017 graduate of Glendale and former player and close teammate.

Her brother, Darius, is currently a senior at Glendale High School and a member of the school’s baseball team.

The team is especially grateful for all of those who have supported the team’s charity game in the past and will again this year.

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