In case you missed it the Charleston Riverdogs helped beautify their park with a big Chalk Night. First 500 kids received chalk and they were allowed to use it in the park as part of the experience of coming to the game.
Sunday, July 21, 5:05 p.m.: Holy City Sunday/Chalk the Park: As part of an MUSC Health Family Sunday in the Holy City, the first 500 kids through the gate receive a pack of chalk to help “make fun” throughout the ballpark. All kids that come to the ballpark can eat free, run the bases post-game and play pre-game catch on the field. Members of the MUSC Children’s Health Kids Club (12 and under) get in for free .
We wrap up our @Hersheys Heartwarming Weekend with @MUSChealth Family Sunday!
CHALK THE PARK with us! Free chalk for the first 500 kids.
Post-Game a heartwarming fan will win a YEARLONG SUPPLY of HERSHEY'S!
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— Charleston RiverDogs (@ChasRiverDogs) July 21, 2019
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