Pink Ball Event In West Boca To Benefit Boca Regional Hospital

BocaHospitalBOCA RATON, FL ( — Boca Raton Regional Hospital is invading West Boca Medical Center’s geographic turf for an event to benefit breast cancer research.

From our friends at Boca Raton Regional:

Boca Raton Regional Hospital will be hitting a home-run as the West Boca Youth Baseball League holds its Fourth Annual Pink Ball event, “Striking Out Breast Cancer.” The event, which turns the South County Regional Park pink, promises a fun-filled day for the community, with adult softball games, kickball games, a DJ, food, raffles, pink fire trucks and pink police cars.

Proceeds from the event will benefit the Christine E. Lynn Women’s Health & Wellness Institute at Boca Raton Regional Hospital for women in need of a mammogram or breast ultrasound but lack health insurance. Players will don pink T-shirts and wristbands, as well as using pink bats and softballs, to show support for breast cancer awareness. Over the last four years, the Pink Ball event has raised over $50,000 and helped over 200 women in South Florida.


South County Regional Park, 11200 Park Access Road in Boca Raton.

Saturday, May 4th, at 10a.

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