On Sunday, May 22, 2016. SAY: The Stuttering Association for the Young, along with the Host Committee welcomed team players at SkyHouse Houston for the upcoming George Springer All-Star Bowling Benefit, which will be held on Thursday, June 2, 2016 from 7 to 10 p.m. at Lucky Strike Houston.
Guests enjoyed the Houston skyline view while sipping wine and beer, and noshing on pizza, hot wings and salad from Frank's Pizza. Noah Cormnan, the executive director of SAY expressed his appreciation for southern hospitality and cheered with excitement for the city's support in spreading Camp SAY awareness.
George Springer, a celebrated Houston Astros outfielder, is a person who stutters and is a spokesperson for Camp SAY, a life-changing summer camp for young people who stutter. In its inaugural year, Springer hosted the Bowling Benefit to establish the George Springer Kids Fund. All proceeds from the event will send children from families-in-need to Camp SAY. The event will take full swing with a cocktail reception followed by a night of bowling, open bar and dinner. Stepping up to the plate as Celebrity Lane Captains include Springer with several of his teammates, KPRC's Radio Host Michael Garfield, Radio Gawds Steve Johnson and John Waton, KTRK's David Nuno, Former Houston Texans and KPRC's Chester Pitts, KMBE's Radio Host Lance Zierlein and others.
To join Springer for his All-Star Bowling Benefit, visit www.SAY.org/JoinGeorge.