The following is a press release from Councilman David Greenfield:
THIS WEDNESDAY: GREENFIELD CLASSIC FEATURING BORO PARK SHOMRIM & 66TH PRECINCT IN FREE BASEBALL GAMEBrooklyn — Councilman David Greenfield is excited to announce the second annual Greenfield Softball Classic, featuring the Boro Park Shomrim versus the NYPD’s 66th Precinct this Wednesday, August 24, at 7pm. The game will take place at the St. A’s Sports Complex, located on 20th Avenue between 53rd and 54th Streets. The entrance to the baseball field is on the side of PS 121 on 20th Avenue. The Greenfield Softball Classic is free and open to the public. Spectators will enjoy complimentary cotton candy, popcorn and soft drinks and and good sportsmanship from the 66th Precinct and Shomrim. Among those slated to appear at the event are Councilman David Greenfield, Deputy Inspector John Sprague, Shomrim Coordinators Yanky Daskal, Simcha Bernath, Mottie Katz, Abe Kaztow, Sam Follman, Shaya Lichtenstein and many other police and public officials. “Last year’s event was a terrific community event,” explained Councilman David Greenfield. “The NYPD was victorious, but I know that Shomrim has new players on their team that will make this year’s game very competitive.” Councilman Greenfield encouraged spectators to come early to get the best available seats at the field. “I invite the community to come out and support the Shomrim and NYPD. I look forward to greeting our neighbors at this enjoyable classic,” Greenfield concluded. The baseball field will open to spectators at 6:30pm.
City Councilman David G. Greenfield represents the 44th Council District, which includes Borough Park as well as parts of Midwood and Bensonhurst.