Local professionals give back to their community at the annual Sawbones VS. Jawbones softball tournament presented by Cleveland Clinic Indian River. The doctors vs. lawyers rivalry continued for the 11th year at the newly renovated Holman Stadium at Jackie Robinson Training Complex, raising nearly $8,000.
“It’s a tremendous contribution to United Way and our community that all the physicians and attorneys do this each year,” said Meredith Egan.
Despite the game ending a few innings short due to rain, the lawyers on Team Jawbones took home the win.
Special thanks to the generous sponsors and supporters:
Home Run Sponsors: Gould Cooksey Fennell, Mazzola Mediation, and Vero ENT Associates
Double Sponsors: Kimberle Beckett, Florida Eye Institute, Grove Place Surgery Center, Legler Orthodontics, MN Worldwide, and Zayas & Ruiz Immigration Attorneys
Single Sponsors: Dill Evans Rhodebeck, Barry Segal, P.A., Vero Beach Neurology
Thank you to the lawyers on Team Jawbones: Justin Barenborg, James Harpring, Jesse Larsen, Eva Lauer, Andrew Metcalf, Bob Nall, Ashley Novander, Jason Odom, Raul Perez, Barry Segal, Dane Ullian, Rebecca White, and Michael Zito. Additionally, thank you to the doctors on Team Sawbones: Tom Baudo, Amber Dunn, Alan Friedenstab, Clay Greeson, Brett Haake, Pamela Kilwin, Jeff Livingston, Michael Mazziota, Marc McCain, Miguel Rivera, Santos Ruiz, Jason Stack, Luis Velazco, Geoff Wolf, and Sri Yerneni.
Little League took the field for the first annual Vero Beach Little League United Way Cup game following the softball tournament. All proceeds from the game benefit the United Way and support the significant work of advancing the common good in the impact areas of Health, Education, and Financial Stability.
For more information about getting involved in next year’s tournament, please get in touch with Meredith Egan at Meredith.Egan@UnitedWayIRC.org or (772) 567-8900.
United Way of Indian River County (UWIRC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that fights for the health, education, and financial stability of every community member. United Way works with local programs to provide resources to individuals and families in crisis today while working year-round to improve community conditions and create lasting solutions. We are effectively building a strong foundation and improving lives by mobilizing the caring power of our community. For more information about your local United Way, please call (772) 567-8900 or visit our website, UnitedWayIRC.org.