Notes' Crawfish Fundraiser Huge Success

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The Nashville Notes Baseball Club hosted their 2nd annual Crawfish Boil on Saturday, April 29th.  The event was held at Plantation Pub on Sawyer Brown Road and included a silent auction, corn-hole tournament, and live music. 

The Bellevue Community came out in full force, showing tremendous support for their local 10U baseball team. 

The food was prepared by Roger Crow, Kyle Mouille and friends who donated their time and energy cooking some amazing crawfish with an abundance of fixings.  

The spice was just right and the crawfish was eaten as fast as it could prepare it.  In total, 650 lbs of crawfish were boiled to Cajun perfection. 

Head Coach Philip Mullen, was excited about the event: “The community exceeded our expectations; we had as many walk-up ticket sales as we had presale tickets,” Mullen said.  “We are so thankful to everyone who came out and supported our boys this weekend.  We are also thankful for such great hospitality shown by the good folks at Plantation Pub.  The wait staff did an outstanding job, the customer service was exceptional,”  he said.

In addition to the crawfish boil, the team hosted a silent auction organized by Tammi and Todd Schneiderman of Something Inked and parents to the team’s first baseman, Brady Schneiderman. 

They were able to acquire amazing sports memorabilia from organizations such as the Nashville Predators, Memphis Grizzlies, Atlanta Hawks, LA Clippers, Washington Nationals and The WWE.  

Tammi stated, “The local business community stepped up and showed their support for our boys.  We had amazing gift certificates and baskets from local businesses such as Elm, City Limits, Jollifrogs, and Nachos”. 

The 2nd annual fundraiser will allow the Notes to compete in both local and regional tournaments.