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JNFuture Atlanta: Project Baseball

July 16, 2017 12:00 pm

SunTrust Park
755 Hank Aaron Drive SE, Atlanta, GA
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Join Jewish National Fund for
JNFuture Atlanta: Project Baseball

July 16, 2017
Event kickoff at 12 pm
Game starts at 1:35 pm, but we ask that you please arrive no later than 12:15 to talk about JNF and Project Baseball.

SunTrust Park
755 Hank Aaron Drive SE, Atlanta, GA

Root on the Braves in a private viewing room at the new stadium with other young Israel supporters and learn about the work JNF is doing with Project Baseball! JNF Project Baseball is focused on building state-of-the-art baseball and softball fields throughout the country while also supporting and teaching baseball and softball to Israeli youth through little leagues, summer camps, and clinics. Project Baseball gives the children of Israel an opportunity to learn life lessons while building lasting friendships.

Tickets: $36

Home Depot Clubhouse: Treehouse view from center field.

To get to the Home Depot Clubhouse take the stairs adjacent to Section 151 up one level. The Home Depot Clubhouse will be on your left. Guests can also access The Home Depot Clubhouse by taking the elevator to the left of Section 151 and across from the Taco Factory.

Parking: You will need to find parking in accordance with SunTrust Park or we suggest taking a car service to the event.

Please visit Project Baseball to learn more about your dollars at work.

For more information, contact Arielle Levy, Israel Advocacy and Young Leadership Development at alevy@jnf.org or 512.410.1438 x946.

RSVP required • Kosher food provided

 

Contact the Southeast Region:

Serving: The Southeast Area

902 Clint Moore Road #128, Boca Raton, FL 33487
[p] 561.447.9733

Beth Gluck, Executive Director, Southeast



 

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