Carson Law continues to be a big supporter of local area causes and on Saturday July 28, 2018, our founder Ryan Carson was given the opportunity to combine his passion for baseball with fundraising for a worthwhile and important community charity.
The Burlington Oldtimers Slow-Pitch League (BOSL) held it's annual Golf Day in support of the Burlington Food Bank. Ryan has been an active participant, team captain, and vocal proponent of BOSL for a number of seasons, and this year has been no different.
Through sponsorships and mini-contests associated with the golf-day along with a mid-season baseball tournament, BOSL was able to raise $3650 for the Burlington Food Bank. Ryan then went ahead and donated $1000 on his own to bring the grand total up to $4650 for the day.
All in all, the weather was amazing and everyone had a great time while doing something good for the community. Ryan was also the main focus for one of the day's contests called "beat the lawyer".
On one of the par-3 holes, golfers had to try to get their tee-shot closer to the pin than a cut out of Ryan that was placed on the green. Successful contestants were awarded with prizes provided by Carson Law. We're not sure how many people actually aimed at Ryan's photo instead of the hole, but it looks like it returned in good enough shape to be signed and hung in a hall of fame (somewhere).
Great job to everyone involved in supporting the event and raising funds for such an important local charity!