First Source is proud to host a Community Heroes Night at the Utica Blue Sox on Tuesday, June 28th. All those who work professionally or as volunteers, and their families, in the areas of: fire & rescue, the armed forces, education, medical services, and law enforcement will have free admission to the game courtesy of First Source. Please bring a form of ID to show your affiliation with one of the qualifying categories.
“First Source is proud to support our community heroes who give so much of themselves for others every day,” said Pamela Way, First Source Community Relations Supervisor. “This is a nice way for those who serve to feel recognized and enjoy a fun night out with their family.”
As part of the festivities, the Utica Fire Department will have trucks on site for kids to meet the Firefighters and view the trucks, Senior Chief Michael J. Grogan U. S. Navy (Retired) will throw out the first pitch, and Amanda Aiello, a local RN will sing the National Anthem. You can look for fun contests/games during inning breaks.
For questions please contact Pamela Way, First Source Community Relations Supervisor at 315-735-8571.
Serving Those Who Serve Our Community
If you are in a professional or support role in the fields of Education, Law Enforcement, Healthcare, U.S. Military (active-duty or veteran), or Fire & Rescue (full-time or volunteer), and looking to purchase a home, our Community Heroes Mortgage Program could be the solution for you