First of the Big Ticket Items is off the Market as CCD steps up to the Plate: Park to be named Alan Knight Field @ Panther Park!

The single largest item on the board has been claimed as Crystal Clear Delivery of Luray,Virginia has stepped up and purchased the naming rights to the Center Field Fence at the soon to be named

Alan Knight Field at Panther Park. The asking price for the sole monument to be placed on the outside of the fence was $1,000.00 CCD is the company that provides service of the Washington Post in both Page & Shenandoah Counties.

                                                 There are still spots remaining on both of the foul lines.

Gary Breeden & D.R’s Quick Stop jump on board as Palooza Sponsor !

 

A Big ATV-60 Thank you goes out to Mr. Gary Breeden and his staff down at DR’s Quick Stop in Stanley as they have joined the list of event sponsors. Mr. Breeden has always been a huge supporter of PCHS Softball and this event will be no different.

                                                  We invite you to stop by the store at 714 E Main Street in Stanley !

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More items have been added to the auction by the kind folks in Page County. We plan on keeping Kerry Painter busy on Sunday evening as we have now reached over 100 items that will be on the auction block.

Thanks go out to the following folks for adding items to the list:

Sylvia @ Kites Store has provided a $20.00 store gift certificate

MacLayne’s Hair Salon & Massage Studio has contributed a 30 minute massage.

Jenny Shifflet and her staff at the Untied Bank in Elkton have contributed 8 items.

We have a cash gift of $50.00 from the Class of 2008 – do I hear a challenge ?

Steve Vaughn of Vaughn’s Automotive on Vaughn Summit has made a cash donation to the event.

Janette Kite has contributed two items for the auction – a limited edition Mo Hair Bear & a large Snow Baby named Celebrate.

Two tickets for the Duke @ Virginia football game on November 12, 2011 will be on the table.

5 Die Cast Nascar model cars will be on the table as well.

Don’t forget about Captain Bo’s river cruise for six.

Bill Turner and the Luray Wranglers have contributed a number of VBL items.

A  must see Terry Labonte lamp is on the list.

Talford Breeden of Breeden’s Automotive has donated one oil change & safety check-up.

The good folks at Aramark have donated four prizes to the cause.

This is just the start of the list!

Leading off and playing center field – Line up for Softball game coming into focus

  The softball game that will take place at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday will feature the current PCHS Lady Panthers versus an Around The Valley in 60 Days Celebrity team.

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Some of the early members of the roster include:

Andy Caviness – representing the VBL’s Luray Wranglers

Porky Bowman – representing the  VBL’s Woodstock River Bandits

Kirk Comer – representing PCHS Tennis

Larry Beahm –  Crystal Clear Delivery Inc. 

Bill Meade – Page News & Courier,  

Alan Knight –  PCHS Softball – TRADED

Brian Caviness –  Page County sheriff’s office

Dan Simpson – Washington Post

Mark Klosinski – VBL’s Harrisonburg Turks

The Mayor of Quicksburg- Jeff Burner representing the Rebels/SJ Generals

Mr.Tommy Simmons – representing the Purple that is Strasburg Rams/Express

Cody Clifton- The News Virginian

Chris Carter – Crystal Clear Delivery

Lori Mongold – Page County Softball

Ryder Cup Golf Match – This Sunday at the Caverns Country Club

This Sunday at 12:30 p.m. there will be a Ryder Cup style golf competition between the PCHS Squad and the International team. The field is limited to the first 12 players on each squad and the competition will include Individual Match Play, Best Ball and Alternate Shot.

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Don’t miss out on this one of a kind golf outing! You can sign up by calling 743-4660.

More details to follow!