Summer and baseball are as synonymous as first birthdays and smash cakes.
What better way to celebrate both than for Mayor Ginther to invite one-year-olds in Columbus to attend the final Columbus Clippers baseball game of the season on Sunday, August 25 at 4:00 pm. View his invitation message here.
Through the leadership of Wendy Bradshaw and generosity of Thirty-One Gifts, all families of babies who turn one in 2019 are invited to attend the game free of charge.
Click here to claim up to six tickets or call (614) 462-5250 to order tickets via phone or with questions.
Thirty-One Gifts has long supported CelebrateOne, the organization dedicated to reducing infant mortality in Columbus and throughout Franklin County. Thirty-One Gifts provides diaper bags for each expectant and new mom that CelebrateOne engages — a significant gift that has a lasting impact on moms and their new babies.
Reaching a first birthday is a major milestone in growth and development. CelebrateOne strives to ensure that every baby born in our community, regardless of zip code, reaches their first birthday. And, when they do, families and communities are stronger.
We welcome the community to join in the celebration of turning one while cheering on our hometown baseball team as the Clippers take on the Toledo Mud Hens at Huntington Park.
Thank you, Thirty-One Gifts. Go Clippers and happy birthday to our youngest neighbors.
Article by: Kerri Laubenthal Mollard, Founder & CEO