From Casting Crowns to Toby Mac, a concert sponsored by TWENTY TEN took place on Saturday, May 1, to help “End Summer Hunger” for students across North Texas. The Vernon Wells Perfect 10 Foundation participated in the worthy cause and helped spread the word in its own unique way. The Foundation was established in 2009 by Toronto Blue Jays center fielder and Arlington native Vernon Wells and his wife, Charlene, to support and protect single mothers and children in need.
Charlene Wells and Marilee Wells, Director of Development with the Foundation, rewarded people who went on a recent mission trip with an autographed baseball from Vernon. But they weren’t the only lucky ones who got this souvenir. Casting Crowns lead singer Mark Hall and Toby Mac were each presented with a baseball, and they were pretty happy about it, especially Toby Mac who’s a pretty big baseball fan.
The concert was a celebrity-filled event and included three-time Super Bowl winner Chad Hennings and Texas Rangers Josh Hamilton. But, if you couldn’t make it out to the event and want to help out, you can still help support single mothers and children in need by visiting the Foundation’s website: http://www.vernonwellsfoundation.org/
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