Team members of the American League Champion Tampa Bay Rays donated a portion of their salary to the Rays Baseball Foundation, which supports youth and education programs in the Tampa Bay region.
Through this foundation and the Manatee Education Foundation, the Manatee County School District received $5,000 to help fund Baseball Math, a program that uses baseball concepts and statistics to teach mathematics. The curriculum for Baseball Math was developed by Dr. James Schoedler, a physical education teacher at Freedom Elementary in the East County.
Some of the players who donated portions of their salaries and team President Matt Silverman were on hand when Manatee Education Foundation Director Mary Glass received the check from the Rays Baseball Foundation at Tropicana Field.
For more information on Baseball Math or the Manatee Education Foundation, contact Mary Glass at 941-708-8770, Ext. 2148.
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31 Night of Light "Fall Farm Fest"
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
1 Manatee Audubon -- OPEN HOUSE at Felts Audubon Preserve
8:00 am - 11:00 am
1 Fine Arts & Crafts Extravaganza
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
6 Empty Bowls Luncheon at Main Street Lakewood Ranch
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Give, get a treat
Residents of Summerfield Glades have made it a Halloween tradition to gather at the driveway of Maggie White and pass out candy.
Fall back an hour
Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 a.m. Nov. 2, so turn back those clocks before bedtime Saturday night.