CONDORS IN THE COMMUNITY: Condors Use Season Finale to Raise $12,450 For Two Deserving Causes
CONDORS RAISE $9,050 FOR ACTIVE 20/30 CLUB:
In the final jersey auction of the 15th Anniversary Season, the Bakersfield Condors raised another $9,050 for the Active 20/30 Club. The Condors auctioned off the Warm Up jerseys worn pre-game throughout the season in a combination of live and silent auctions over the final few home games.
This brings the season total for Jersey Off Our Back Auctions to $50,100 benefiting local organizations United Way, League of Dreams, Petroleum Shrine Club and Active 20/30.
CONDORS CONTINUE EFFORTS TO SUPPORT CHRIS KUSHNERIUK:
Also on Saturday night, the Condors auctioned off two specialty Chris Kushneriuk jerseys to support the young player in his fight against testicular cancer. After being diagnosed early last summer, Chris has spent this entire season undergoing treatment and surgeries. He has just recently been declared cancer-free and now can focus on recovery and repaying the staggering medical costs he incurred. The Condors have been fundraising for him throughout the season and were glad to add another $3,400 to that total with the sale of Kushneriuk’s 15th Anniversary and HockeyThon jerseys. This is in addition to the $5,000 raised by the Jake Varner style jersey auctioned in December giving Chris $8,400 in jersey auctions alone.
FRIDAY, APRIL 5:
Director of Community Relations, Mikie Barrett, and Colonel Claw’d will participate in Community Reader Day at Loudon Elementary, 4000 Loudon Street at 1 p.m.