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Who’s ready for Walk-N-Wiffle?

Updated: Oct 9, 2019



How would you like to play Wiffle ball on the same grass that the Fresno Grizzlies call home?


That’s what teams who sign up to participate in Walk-N-Wiffle get to do!


On Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019, United Cerebral Palsy Central California will take over Chukchansi Park for the third annual fundraiser that includes a Wiffle ball tournament on the field and a walk through the concourse of the downtown Fresno ballpark.


The Wiffle ball tournament is for teams of three-to-five players. Divisions include children, adults, “pro” and, new this year, a “first responders” division. Both Fresno Police and Fresno Fire departments are putting together teams, and Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer has graciously agreed to be the honorary chair of the event.


Wiffle ball games begin at 9 a.m. Registration for children 17 years and younger is $20 per player; for adults, it’s $30 per player.


Participants in the walk part of the event will walk through the concourse of the ballpark. The walk begins at 10 a.m., and registration is $15 for children 17 years and younger and $20 for adults.



Everyone who registers for the Walk-N-Wiffle event receives a T-shirt, snacks and more!


This is an activity for the entire family to enjoy. Chukchansi Park’s Splash Zone will be open and there will be food and fun for all.


For more information, visit www.walknwiffle.com. To register a team or discuss sponsorship opportunities, contact our development team:

Natalie DiBuduo Pimentel, nataliedp@ucpcc.org, and Cher Arambel, cheriea@ucpcc.org,

or call 559-221-8272.

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