Oilers gusher coming soon

The annual Gusher will be Feb. 16 at the Soldotna Sports Center. This year will be a Valentine’s theme.

 

Dress is semiformal and black-tie optional. Doors open at 6 p.m. and dinner will begin at 7 p.m. Dinner this year will be prime rib with vegetables, salads, bread and dessert.

No host bar. Ticket cost is $100 per person and includes catered dinner. Your ticket enters you for door prizes, live and silent auctions as well as the grand prize of $10,000!

Tickets can be purchased from any board member or at the administration office in Kenai. Join us for an evening of food, music and prizes! Call 283-7133 for more information.

The Oilers are proud to announce that they will host two out-of-state teams this season for your enjoyment. The San Francisco Seals will join us June 11 to June 14 for a four-game series followed by another four-game series with the Catholic All-Stars from June 15 to June 18. The complete season schedule will be posted on our website shortly.

Housing is still needed for the 2013 season. If you have a free room or two in your home and feel the need to help a nonprofit organization, we would love to have you be a part of Oilers baseball. Make memories that will last a lifetime with a possible future Major League player. Host parents are provided with a gift card to a local grocery store to help offset the cost of housing a player or two as well as free season tickets to all home games. If you have any questions regarding housing, please contact Kathy Gensel at 252-7504 or call the administration office at 283-7133.

Oilers Corner is provided by James Clark, the general manager for the Alaska Baseball League team.

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