Bellevue College Softball participates in two community service events
On Wednesday, the Bulldogs spent the day on a farm, helping plant seeds that they will help harvest in the fall. The harvest yields about 150,000 pounds of pumpkins and squash, all of which will be donated to area food banks. "We've been working with Food Bank Farm for 4 years now, and it's an amazing experience for our players to see the process from seed to vegetable, knowing their effort goes to helping those less fortunate."
On Saturday, the Dawgs hosted Shoreline CC in a region doubleheader as both team sported pink and recognized and raised awareness for those battling cancer. The "Swinging for a Cure" event raised $1,100 for Team Survivor Northwest, an organization with a mission of fitness and health education as a path to healing and dealing with cancer. "Their mission fits perfectly and we are grateful for the support Team Survivor Northwest provide to those dealing with this tough disease. It was great to have both teams supporting NWAC softball's annual awareness event."