Bandit Baseball picked up trees as fundraiser

 

Last updated 1/9/2024 at 9:54am

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Youth baseball players raised tournament funds by picking up and disposing of old Christmas trees.

Bandits Baseball is comprised of 10U and 12U travel baseball teams based here in Sisters, and this past weekend they picked up Christmas trees all around the Sisters area.

Players made over 50 stops on Saturday, January 6, and made just over $800 that will be put towards tournament fees, gear, and facility use fees. Trees were placed at the end of driveways, and a donation could be attached to the tree in a Ziploc bag.

T&M Hauling, Ponderosa Forge Ironworks, Clearwater Fire Support and Colby Summer donated their trucks and trailers. The trucks were divided into four sections and the boys were driven around town. After they'd made all their stops they took the trees to Harmony Farms Sanctuary where they were donated and fed to the animals there.

 

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