Grateful to our 2018 Sponsors
BR Development -Franconello’s Restaurant – Berghoff Restaurant
Alpha Graphics – West Loop – Marist High School – The Lowe Group
Local 399 International Union of Operating Engineers
The Whistle Sports Bar and Grill – Lawlor’s Bar
Matt O’Shea 19th Ward Alderman – Oak Lawn Toyota
Chicago Regional Council of Carpenters
Open Outcry Brewery – Sprinkler Fitters Union Local 281 UA
Honest’ – Southtown Health Foods
International Union of Elevator Constructors Local 2
Brendan Patrick Burke Memorial Scholarship
Schools Are Us – Estee Bedding – LawDog Security and Investigations
R4 Services and Rooney Family – Lorenz and Sellis Realty Group
DiCola Enterprises – Little Company of Mary Hospital
Fran Hurley, State Representative, 35th District – Bub City Lettuce Entertain You
THOMAS FOR FIRST Beverly Bank and Trust
Janson’s – McNally’s – Kathryn Reaney Sales – Terra Engineering – South Side Tents
L & N Marketing – St. Christina Parish – JVB Physical Therapy
Everything’s Relative Salon and Day Spa – County Fair – Volgelzang Law
McCready, Garcia & Leet Law Offices – Bill Cunningham, State Senator, 18th District
U.B.C.J.A. Local 141 – Dan Lipinski, Congressman, 3rd District –
The McAlinden Family – Ridge Country Club – Calabria Imports – Popeyes Chicken
Fox’s Beverly Pub – Barraco’s – Steuber Florist – William Funk CPA
LawCo – Bricklayers Union Administrative District Council 1 of Illinois
The Cherry Family – John Daley, 11th District Cook County Commissioner
Beverly Bakery – Bush Family Eye Care – Beverly Ridge Funeral Home
Donnellan Funeral Home – Top Notch Beefburgers – Treadfit
OnLine Realty Professionals.com – Waldo Cooney’s Pizza
Fox’s Beverly Pub – Sean’s Rhino Bar – Green Light National
Barre It All Fitness – Finn Landscaping – Ray Buick Inc
Margaret Laurino, 39th Ward Alderman – Hinckley Springs – Starbucks
In Loving Memory of Terri Klik – Halberg Agency
Wolf’s Bakery – Network For Good – Wonder Nails
MISSION: TOGETHER WE CAN FIND A CURE
Our mission and focus is to find a cure for breast cancer by funding research directly; the proceeds from this year’s event will solely fund Dr. Kay Macleod, University of Chicago Medicine. As we celebrate the 24th Annual Ginger Rugai Y-Me Softball Tournament, women softball players, along with researchers, health care professionals, volunteers and sponsors, are committed to eradicating this disease. On the fourth Saturday every August, over 1000 women come together to make a difference. They play to raise funds for a cause which has touched so many; they play to honor a friend or a loved one; they play to support teammates recently diagnosed; and they play to have fun along the way.
please join us
Saturday, August 31st, 2019
11100 South Central Park (St.Christina Fields) & Mt. Greenwood Park
Hosted by Alderman Matt O’Shea of the 19th Ward
Rosters and fees are due Thursday, Aug 22nd, 2019.
Raffle Baskets can be dropped off at the 19th Ward office, 10402 S. Western Avenue, Chicago, IL 60643 during the week and/or Kathy O’Shea’s School’s R Us, 3146 W. 111th Street on Saturdays.
Please remember donations for the Food Drive which will be donated to St. Christina Food Pantry and always our amazing Basket Raffles.
Due to St. Christina’s insurance limitations, dog/pets will not be allowed on St. Christina fields.
EXCITING NEWS: The Y-ME Breast Cancer Softball Tournament is now a 501c(3) organization. See the “Y Play Ball” drop down menu above.
Please forward and share this information with any businesses or corporations that you may know of that are looking to donate to a great cause.
Forms & Information
Help Make the Tournament a Success!
Check out this amazing article on how our tournament benefits Dr. Kay Macleod and her metastatic breast cancer research at the University of Chicago Medicine Comprehensive Cancer Center.