On December 23,
Wicked 307, nonprofit fastpitch softball organization, brought some holiday cheer
to the residents at
The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center.
Earlier, the team had selected some residents off of the
Secret Santa Tree, and purchased gifts for them—they also had selected names off of
the Veteran’s tree. On December 23, the team spent time at The Legacy
handing out the gifts and enjoying goodies and good conversation with
“Our motto is ‘Taking Care of Home Base,’” says
president Leland Kaul. “Wicked 307 not only strives to teach these
young ladies about softball, but also about life and community. We require
that the players do community service as part of their training for life
on the field and off.”
Thanks for brightening the lives of our residents!
If you're interested in learning more about
volunteering with CCH, please contact Volunteer Coordinator Chris Buxton at 307.688.1536 or visit