Cannon County Baseball Board Elections

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Cannon County Baseball Board Elections will be held at the ballpark (June 7-9) Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at a voting table. Votes can be from parents, guardians and players. Please support Cannon County youth and vote for memebers who will improve our fields. Our children deserve the BEST. Vote for members who will ensure our parks are clean and a safe place for our children to play.

DEAR TEAMS: I am Aaron Vantrease and I am running for board member of the Cannon County Baseball system. It has been such a joy and blessing to be by your side this season my wife and I have felt we have made many new friends by being with you.

Since we have been playing I have heard a few people ask why does your team have so many coaches as compared to the other teams? The reason is we have such a strong backing from our parents that help our team in any way that keeping ourselves grounded in a chair seems impossible. I have played ball for at least twenty years and traveled to many different parks. I have seen other areas of this great country that normally I wouldn't have if it wasn't for baseball.

I believe our youth deserve the BEST and we should clean up our ballpark. We should start holding tournaments of our own each year to generate the revenue to give our ballpark that look that our kids deserve to play on. If you believe in any of the above and want more for our kids please support me by voting this thrs,fri and sat at the voting table. I was told only players, parents and guardians can cast votes and up to three votes max.

I also ask for your help with Brittany Boon Reinitz who is running for an officer position and Chad Parker whom is running for one of the board member positions also. Please support our youth by spreading the word to all your other friends and family who are eligible to vote. Please support our youth and help spread the word for the three of us. THANKS SO MUCH!!! - Aaron Vantrease

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