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Pack the Park PURPLE! benefiting the Myrtle Beach Walk to End Alzheimer's

Sunday, May 18, 2014
At 6:05 PM, we will officially toss the first pitch on the 2014 Walk to End Alzheimer’s campaign with the help of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans!

The Pelicans will be wearing specially designed game jerseys that will be auctioned off! The silent auction for these jerseys and other great stuff will take place in the concourse with all proceeds going to the 2014 Walk to END Alzheimer's! The Pelican’s will also be holding a 50/50 raffle during the game and donating half the funds to the Walk and the other half to a lucky fan! And then stick around for the fireworks after the game.

How will it work?
~ Start pre-selling tickets today! To ensure we have enough seats make sure you let Dean know your team is participating and approximately how many tickets you think your team can sell.
~ Complete the Ticket Sales Form and collect $9. If they wish to pay with a check, please have them make it payable to the Alzheimer’s Association and add “Pelicans” in the memo.
~ Turn your Ticket Sales Form and money in to Dean Smith at Eagle Crest or drop off at the Alzheimer’s Myrtle Beach office before Friday May 2nd. Dean ( and Natalie ( are available to pick-up forms and money if needed.
~ Your tickets will be delivered to you by May 9th.

Have some fun and raise some money for the Walk!  For more information, contact Kim Almstedt at 843.571.2641 or


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