Bank to sell tickets to baseball game to benefit local Easter Seals

You can see the St. Louis Cardinals play and help the kids of Easter Seals.

Banterra Bank will soon be selling tickets for its second “Paducah Day at Busch Stadium” event.

The game is on Sunday, September 6th and the Cardinals will be playing against the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Tickets for the game are $25 and a portion of the proceeds benefit The Lily Pad at Easter Seals West Kentucky.

The Lily Pad is the first Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care in the region and accepts children from six weeks to 12 years old with medical conditions that may otherwise keep them out of typical childcare centers.

Tickets for the game go on sale on Friday, May 1st starting at 4:00 p.m. at Banterra’s Paducah locations. 

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