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WAVE ALERT: Dodgeball Tournament to Raise $1,000 for Local Nonprofit

WAVE ALERT: Dodgeball Tournament to Raise $1,000 for Local Nonprofit

Boo Milton and Friends will have a charity dodgeball tournament at the Baton Rouge Community College gymnasium on Sunday, August 19th, 2018. The tournament consists of eight teams competing to win $1000 to donate to the local charity their team is supporting. Benefiting nonprofits include Big Buddy, The Butterfly Society, The Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank and more.

The teams will include some of the community’s favorite entertainers, local politicians, public figures, and professional athletes with special guest Mayor-President Sharon Weston-Broome. This event will bring awareness to multiple causes, invest monetarily into local non-profit organizations, promote physical activity, and curate an environment for community bonding.

“The support leading up to the event has been amazing I’m excited to see everyone on the court having fun while supporting these causes,” said radio personality, Boo Milton, “I love giving back to the community and creating events that allow others to express this same joy for community service in a fun way.”

Emanuel Milton, widely known as “Boo Milton” reigns from the city of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Milton has always shown a love for his community and entertainment. In high school, he started his brand Point Blank Productions, which became widely known for music, events, dancing, and popular YouTube videos. While in college, Milton gained an internship at Baton Rouge’s local hip-hop station, Max 94.1. He then worked his way to being employed as an on-air talent.  With a strong sense of community and spreading love, Boo Milton has become known for his grass root approach to helping his community by using his voice to inspire youth through different projects and initiatives.

The event will be free and open to the public of all ages, no admission will be charged. There will also be sold concessions available, a live DJ, and intermission performances. For more information, contact Cydney Mitchell or call 225-938-2597.

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