Colonel Claw’d and Baby Cal will join Kaplan College Career Fair

May 23, 2011

This week in Condorstown:

Tuesday, May 24

Colonel Claw’d and Baby Cal will be at Kaplan College located at 1914 Wible Rd. from 11:30 to 2:30 p.m. The Colonel and Cal will be greeting guests that come out to the career fair. The Condors will also have a booth set up with the Prize wheel to get the chance to win cool prizes and you can enter to win tickets to a game next season.

Summer Reading Program

The Condors are teaming up with the Kern County Libraries this summer for the Summer Reading Program. Kids who read 10 or more books will be awarded a ticket to a Condors game next season. The program will run from June 6 to July 30. Stop by Beale Library located at 701 Truxtun Ave., for more information on the program or give the Condors office a call at 324-PUCK(7825).

Recap of Last Week

The Condors were out in full force last week, which started off with a visit at Colonel Nichols Elementary School. Colonel visited a couple classrooms to hand out prizes, and joined the students in the chicken dance. Colonel and Cal then made their way to a Bakersfield Blaze game forColrock their annual Education Day at Sam Lynn Ballpark.

The Condors were also out at the Downtown Business Association’s Third Thursday at Mill Creek Park. The inflatable slapshot booth was set up in the kids area and Colonel also made a bold appearance by climbing the rock wall!

On Friday Colonel Claw’d and Baby Cal joined two kindergarten classes in story time at Louise Sandrini Elementary School for their Celebrity Reader Day. Both mascots acted out scenes of a book that was read aloud by a Condors staff member. Also on Friday the Condors front office staff joined the Rabobank Arena for their Annual Golf Tournament at the Bakersfield Country Club. The proceeds go towards Children Joining Children for Success, which is a non-profit organization that has participated in Condors fundraisers. On Saturday, The Condors had a booth set up at the KRAB Radio “Free 4 All” held at Brighthouse Amphitheater at Riverwalk Park. Thousands showed up to the event and stopped by the Condors booth to spin the Prize wheel and take a few shots in the inflatable slapshot booth.

Have the Condors at Your Event:

Even though the hockey season has concluded, the Condors will still be out in the community all throughout the off-season. If you’re interested in having any of our mascots, Colonel Claw’d, Baby Cal or Slapshot, the inflatable Slapshot Booth or the Condors prize wheel out to your camp, youth program, school or other event, contact the Condors. Condors staff are also available to speak at your service luncheons, such as Rotary Club, Lions Club, among others. Call 324-PUCK (7825) for availability or more information.

Office Closed:

The Condors front office will be closed on Monday, May 30 for Memorial Day.

Get ready for 2011-12:

Ticket plans are on sale now for the 2011-12 season for as low as $48! The earlier you commit, the better seat location you can secure, and the longer you can spread out your payments.

Call the Condors at 324-PUCK (7825) or go to for more info. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. For more information visit