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Battle of the Badges Softball Tourney, Sept. 22

September 18, 2018, 1:06 PM HST
* Updated September 21, 10:05 AM
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Go Pink Softball fundraiser for the Pacific Cancer Foundation.

The annual Battle of the Badges Softball Tournament takes place this Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018 at the Ichiro Iron Maehara Baseball Stadium in Wailuku.

Players from the Maui Police Department and the Maui Fire Department will face off in a long-awaited re-match tournament to benefit the Pacific Cancer Foundation.

Gates open at 4:30 p.m. and the game starts at 6 p.m. This year Maui police will be out to defend their title.

There will be a selection of local food vendors, kids activities and the main event, a fun but yet very competitive softball game.

Entry is $5 for adults, $3 for kids 12 and under, or free with the purchase of a 2018 Go Pink MPD or MFD t-shirt.


PCF provides much needed support services in Maui County, such as patient navigation, visiting specialists, nutritional support, transportation, wellness classes, and support groups for the entire family. “There is such a great need for what we offer. We want to be able to reach all of our Maui community when they need us,” said Nancy La Joy, Executive Director of Pacific Cancer Foundation, “This event really helps get the word out that we are here to help, and the funds go directly to help families who have been touched by cancer. We are so grateful.”


For more information please contact the Pacific Cancer Foundation at (808) 242-7661 or visit their website. The Pacific Cancer Foundation is a 501-C-3 non-profit organization whose mission is to provide access, knowledge and support to all those whose lives have been touched by cancer in Maui County. All services are provided free of charge and all funds raised stay right here in Maui County.

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