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Jenny Fields and Carol Poindexter show off their Bolivar Day at the Cardinals T-shirts.

Pitch your plans and join the Bolivar community for the annual Bolivar Night at the Springfield Cardinals Tuesday, June 11. 

Gates open at 5:30 p.m., and the Cardinals will face off against the Midland RockHounds at 6:30. 

The deadline to purchase tickets in time to secure a T-shirt is Wednesday, May 29.

“The Bolivar Night at the Springfield Cardinals is an annual tradition that brings our community together,” Jenny Fields, committee chair, said in a news release. “Purchasing the ticket and T-shirt combo is an inexpensive way for a local business to advertise throughout the year because the t-shirts are worn year-round. And remember, it’s $1 hot dog night!”


Cheers! Elite Spirit Gym and Tumbles Gymnastics and Cheer will provide the pre-game entertainment. 

Gail Noggle, director of economic development, won the rights to the first pitch during the chamber’s After Hours event in April. Noggle has selected her grandson, Miles Jatho, to throw the first pitch of the game, the release said. 

Bolivar Intermediate School singers will sing the national anthem under the direction of Kris McClard and during the national anthem, Bolivar youth baseball players will stand alongside the Springfield Cardinals team. 

Call 326-4118 or e-mail the Bolivar Chamber office at info@bolivarchamber.com to reserve individual or group tickets and T-shirts. Ticket and t-shirt combo is $17, tickets are $10 each and a commemorative shirt is $13. 

Sample shirt sizes are available in youth small through adult 2XL at the chamber office.  

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