News and Announcements
Hey CSSA members, friends and fans! It’s time to tee up for charity at the 2023 CSSA Golf Tournament Fundraiser, benefitting CSSA’s charity fund supporting current and former CSSA members on a need basis. Here are the preliminary details:
JUNE 19, 2023 Start Time: 9:00 a.m. Shotgun –Check-in starts at 8:00 a.m.
Fairways of Canton Golf Club
400 Laurel Canyon Pkwy, Canton, GA 30114
Fees: $90/single – $360 /foursome. Also available for purchase….Strings, Red Bombs and Mulligans for $5.00 each! Package Includes: Green Fee, Cart Fee, Range Balls,Tax & Gratuity, and a buffet lunch including hamburgers, hot dogs, baked beans and coleslaw.
Secure your single spot or foursome now and please pay in advance at: https://www.teampages.com/forms/25013-Charity-Events and be sure to register and pay by the June 12th deadline! Last year was an amazing success and a lot of fun, so let’s get together and break some records for a great cause, everyone. Questions? Contact – Tom Cameron firstname.lastname@example.org (404) 918-0520
Congratulations to CSSA’s newest inductees in the Eighties Up Club! On Wednesday, May 24th, a big crowd assembled to honor our newest members of this intrepid group. Randy Bergman served as emcee and proudly presented all new inductees with new personalized “soft bags” for their gear. Here’s the list of honorees: Ron Swift, Norm Foust, Lew Bender, Archie Vaughn, Ron Wootten, Carl Popham, Ron Backman, Jim Chesser, Jack Kitchen and Sam Clemons. Jack Kitchens was presented his bag earlier in the week as he was unable to attend the ceremony. Many thanks to Jerry King for making this all possible, and wishing all of our new inductees many more years of fun and fellowship playing softball with us at CSSA!
All Monday morning games have been cancelled due to wet fields. Double Headers to follow at later date.l
On April 22, CSSA hosted its first ever CSSA Spring Softball Tournament in Cartersville, Georgia to raise money for a good cause. Donny Adams coordinated this successful event, in which seven teams competed, including teams from Norcross and even Chattanooga, Tennessee. The tournament raised $2,200 for Tranquility House in Cartersville, which provides vital services and emergency shelter to victims of domestic violence and their children, and an array of other important support for those in need of assistance. In the photo, Donny Adams presents a check for $2,200 to Zanett Ellington, Assistant Director of Tranquility House. Learn more about Tranquility House here: https://www.tranquility-house.org/
Good news, CSSA members, Randy Bergman has ordered a new batch of CSSA hats and they are available now! We have 100 in stock (50 mesh back and 50 solid gray fabric). These high-quality lids are the same as our previous hats, minus the 25th Anniversary logo.See Randy Bergman at Hobgood Park most Monday mornings, Tuesday nights, Wednesday mornings and Wednesday nights. $10 each.