Astros’ George Springer “Strikes Out” 3rd Annual Bowling Benefit for Camp SAY - Story By: Brian Barefield StyleMagazine.com Newswire
The worst thing a baseball player can hear is the word strike. But on this night that word was what George Springer and all the Houston Astros players in attendance wanted to hear as they made strikes for children who stutter. Astros’ Outfielder George Springer brought along family, friends, and teammates to help raise money for underprivileged youth to attend Camp SAY at the Third Annual George Springer All-Star Bowling Benefit. ————————————————————
Every year the goal is always the same. Raise a lot of money to send as many children as possible to Camp SAY. Located on a 500 – acre facility in North Carolina, Camp SAY is a summer camp for kids who stutter to attend to build effective communication and social skills. Over 3 million Americans deal with the issue of stuttering on a daily basis. And Springer is doing his part to get help to as many children as possible.
“George grew up a shy, but very outgoing kid who overcame all obstacles,” says Springer’s older sister Nicole. She also added that this event means so much to him and he looks forward to it every year. As the national spokesperson for Camp SAY, Springer is always telling of his struggles with
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