2016 COMMUNITY CALENDAR

JUNE |  JULY |  AUGUST |  SEPTEMBER |  OCTOBER

Sep

9

Strike Out Hunger Food Drive

Join the Atlanta Braves, Kroger, and the Atlanta Community Food Bank as we Strike Out Hunger on Friday, September 9 prior to the Braves vs. Mets game from 6:35 p.m. - 7 p.m. Fans may donate twenty (20) cans or $20 at the Strike Out Hunger tent in Monument Grove and receive an autograph from a Braves player.

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Sep

10

Childhood Cancer Awareness Day

The Atlanta Braves will host Childhood Cancer Awareness Day at Turner Field. This special day at the ballpark will honor children and families throughout Braves Country who have courageously battled childhood cancer. Survivors will receive two (2) free Lower Level tickets, a commemorative Childhood Cancer Awareness Day t-shirt, and access to a pregame reception. Supporters of childhood cancer research may purchase tickets for $25, which includes a $5 donation to childhood cancer research and a commemorative t-shirt.

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Sep

14-25

Military Appreciation Day Online Jersey Auction

The Atlanta Braves are honoring our nation's service men and women by wearing military themed Braves jerseys during the September 11 game vs. New York Mets. Beginning Wednesday, September 14 through Sunday, September 25, fans may bid on autographed game worn jerseys worn by your favorite Braves players and coaches during the September 11 game. Proceeds from the online auction benefits several military supportive charities.

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Oct

1

Breast Cancer Awareness Day

Join the Atlanta Braves on Breast Cancer Awareness Day presented by WellStar Health System in partnership with the American Cancer Society's Making Strides and Kroger, for a day–long celebration of survivorship and honoring those who have courageously battled breast cancer. Survivors receive a free outfield level ticket, commemorative Atlanta Braves Breast Cancer Awareness t–shirt, access to a pregame reception with family and friends, and get to participate in "Walk in the Park," an on-field ceremony for survivors.

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