Three Fort Hunt Residents Win Softball Volunteer Award
The following announcement was submitted by reader Cindy Jackson. Patch has not verified this information.
On Sunday, April 16, three outstanding volunteers in the Fort Hunt community were honored for their years of service to a local girls softball league. More than 400 families and friends were in attendance at the Fort Hunt Softball opening ceremony, where these three individuals were honored with the Lifetime Volunteer Award.
Commissioner Ilene Dranoff, Lee Harrington and Dave Evans have been an integral part of Fort Hunt Softball for more than 15 years. Their selfless generosity with their time and energy has helped grow Fort Hunt Softball into a strong softball community that promotes teamwork, good sportsmanship and friendship in a positive environment.
“So many young women in the community have benefited from their contributions. We feel it important to recognize them in this manner,” said Cindy Jackson, 18U league manager. This spring season, more than 150 girls have registered for Fort Hunt Softball.
Fort Hunt Softball is a fastpitch softball program for girls ages 6 through 18. This program is organized under the umbrella of the Fort Hunt Youth Athletic Association, which has been serving the Fort Hunt community since 1959. The mission of Fort Hunt Softball is to provide a quality youth softball program for the Fort Hunt and surrounding communities.
Fort Hunt Softball is intended to provide girls with the opportunity to experience softball in an atmosphere that encourages and promotes teamwork, good sportsmanship, and friendships in a positive, safe and supportive environment.