Thanks to Butler’s Bunch, an initiative of the Mark L. Butler Foundation, 25 teens and several adult volunteers from the Agape-Satyagraha conflict resolution and leadership development training program of bcmPEACE were invited to attend a Harrisburg Senators baseball game.
Butler’s Bunch was founded by Mark L. Butler (MLB, owner of Ollie’s Bargain Outlets and majority owner of the Harrisburg Senators) in 2012 as a program interested in partnering with agencies in the community who work with underprivileged children and youth to Make Life Better (MLB).
The “Butler’s Bunch” program includes complimentary ticket packages to watch Senators games at FNB Field. The ticket packages donated by Butler’s Bunch to bcmPEACE’s Agape-Satyagraha program included for every attendee a complimentary game ticket, dinner voucher redeemable at the ballpark, custom t-shirt and transportation to and from bcmPEACE. To be eligible, Agape-Satyagraha youth regularly attended the weekly meeting and demonstrated positive behavior and good choices.
They can’t wait to go again! Their next time out to the FNB Field will be Wednesday, August 17, as part of Butler’s Bunch. Thanks Butler’s Bunch!