2015 Wall Little League Fish Fry Brings Community Together for Common Goal – Enjoying Baseball
Spring heralds the coming of America's pastime: baseball. It has been around for generations, and will continue to be. Whether you are lounging in the stands or lawn chair watching your kids or on the field surrounded with friends and that fresh cut grass smell, it is it's own particular slice of heaven. Baseball teaches young kids so much about respect, discipline, patience, sportsmanship, and a whole host of life lessons I cannot begin to list. Sports in general continue to provide youths with invaluable learning experiences.
The Wall Little League has grown so much over the past few years, that they find themselves in need of providing lights on their Field #2, which is adjacent to Field #1. The league now hosts 20 teams ranging from t-ball to major league, which means that they are in need of the ability to host evening games on both fields. What happens when a community rallies together to fulfill a need like this? The Wall Little League Fish Fry is born.
Everyone will come together this Friday, March 27th, at the St. Ambrose Parish Hall to have a big country family style meal starting at 6:00 p.m. and will last until 8:00 p.m. Anyone and everyone is invited to come out to enjoy their choice of fried or baked catfish will all the trimmings. Plates are only $8.50 for adults and $6.50 for the little ones under 10 years old. To-Go plates are available if you are in a rush, but the Wall Little League encourages you to sit down and enjoy the great company and fresh, hot food.
For more information you can call the Wall Little League President Kerri Wiggins at 650-1853, Mark at 374-8086, or Brett at 234-8194. They are more than willing to explain anything you might need.