CONDORS IN THE COMMUNITY: Recycle, Celebrate Day for Kids, & Support Teen Drivers

September 10, 2012


Condors make the most of the short time remaining in the off-season by attending a host of events this weekend. Colonel Claw’d will take part in a community recycling event, Day for Kids, and support Bakersfield’s newest drivers with State Farm on Saturday before joining the Mexican Independence Celebration & 18th Annual Consumer Trade show on Sunday.


Condors broadcaster Kevin Bartl hits the airwaves for his weekly appearance on the Scott Cox Show at 5 p.m. on KERN News Talk 1180.  With less than a month to go until training camp opens, now if the time to tune in for behind the scenes news and insights about the team and front office.
Condors front office members Jose Rivera and Brad Urbani will attend the Kern County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce September Business Mixer being held at the Marriott Convention Center located at 801 Truxtun Ave. The event takes place from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. and features food, drinks & prizes. You do not need to be a KCHCC member to attend.
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Colonel Claw’d helped shave heads at the St. Baldrick’s event to fight childhood cancer.



10 a.m.

Colonel Claw’d gets in on the green movement at the Third Annual Community Recycling Day hosted by Kern Schools Federal Credit Union.
From 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., you can bring personal shred, recycling and eWaste to the KSFCU Administrative Offices Parking Lot. Habitat for Humanity will also be there collecting gently used household items. While there, you can sign up for eStatements and check out fuel efficient vehicles on display.

11 a.m.

Director of Community Relations, Mikie Barrett, joins Colonel Claw’d in celebrating the Boys and Girls Club Day for Kids at the Armstrong Youth Center, 801 Niles Street.  This annual event invites parents, children and community members to spend time together. Created as a day to foster relationships between adults and children, the mission of BGC Day for Kids is to establish a day to celebrate and honor American children through the gift of meaningful time.

1 p.m.

The Bakersfield Condors are excited to join StateFarm in supporting local teens who are learning to drive or are new drivers. Celebrate My Drive is a national event with celebrations going on coast to coast. In Bakersfield, teens can join Colonel Claw’d and earn a free ticket to the Condors preseason game on October 5th by attending the event at 900 Old River Road.



The KCHCC, Univison and PG&E host the Mexican Independence Celebration & 18th Annual & Consumer Trade Show at Stramler Park, 3805 Chester,  from 11 a.m.- 6 p.m.  The event features food, live music, kids activities and even a salsa contest! Colonel Claw’d will join the festivities at 1 p.m.



Good until September 15th, the Condors have a tremendous Back To School Ticket Special where fans will receive a free youth jersey with the purchase of every 2012-13 Condors ticket plan. All ticket plans are included from the Pick 6 plan to a full season package. Ticket plans start for as low as $8 a month.

Another way to capitalize on the deal is to book your group night with the Condors for the upcoming season. For every 10 tickets purchased towards the group, fans will receive one (1) youth jersey. 20 tickets, 2 jerseys. 100 tickets, 10 jerseys. Get in on the 15th Anniversary season action today by calling 324-PUCK (7825) or crashing the net by clicking here.



The Bakersfield Condors are once again teaming up with Kern Bridges Youth Homes for the 15th Annual Charity Golf Tournament taking place Monday, October 29th at the prestigious Bakersfield Country Club. Golfers will enjoy a premier course, delicious food, awesome prizes and of course, the chance to golf with a Condors player! All proceeds benefit Kern Bridges Youth Homes – for more information call 324-PUCK (7825) or sign up now by clicking here.


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