Softball supports non-profits at Kajikawa Classic

<p>The Sun Devil Softball team are gearing up for the 2008 Kajikawa Classic this weekend and plan to partner up with SSBTR, Special Olympics and Make-A-Wish to spread the word about the programs ASU Softball has strong connections with.</p><separator></separator><p>Student Supporting Brain Tumor Research (SSBTR) is one that is held close to the Sun Devils as a memeber of the 2008 squad, freshman <a href="… Rae Lougheed</a> was diagnosed with a brain tumor in July 2006, which she had two surgeries to repair. SSBTR is an organizatoin that raises funds for the Brain Tumor Society, which is a national nonprofit that exsists to find a cure for brain tumors.</p><separator></separator><p>SSBTR will be participating at the Kajikawa Classic where they will be running the beer concession stand at Tempe Sports Complex where 25% of the net proceeds will go to SSBTR. In addition, they will be promoting their 7th annual SSBTR Walk-a-thon taking place on Saturday, February 23 from 12 p.m.-3 p.m. at Pinnacle High School. For more information on SSBTR or the Walk-A-Thon please go to <a href=""></a&gt; or e-mail <a href=""></a></p><separator></separator><… addition to SSBTR, the Special Olympics and Make-A-Wish Foundation will also be on-hand at Tempe Sports Complex throughout the Kajikawa Classic this weekend promoting and raising funds for their non-profit organizations. ASU Softball has worked hand-in-hand with both organizations for the past few years and hope to support their endeavors!</p>