Softball Tournament to Benefit UNM Children's Hospital

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) is hosting the 4th Annual Softball Tournament to benefit UNM Children's Hospital. The tournament will be held June 5 and 6 at Bullhead Park Softball Complex, located in southeast Albuquerque.

Registration fee is $200 per team. Proceeds will go directly toward caring for children with a broad range of afflictions, including cancer, lung and muscular diseases, birth defects and trauma victims.

Sponsors for this tournament include Summit Electric Supply, PNM, JB Henderson Construction and the NM Building and Construction Trades Council.

For registration and information, please contact IBEW offices at 343-0611.

UNM Children's Hospital of New Mexico, located within UNM Hospital, provides the most advanced neonatology and pediatric care available in New Mexico.  Our care ranges from ambulatory care outpatient clinics to inpatient units providing the highest level of intensive care hospitalization.  UNM Children's Hospital cares for more than 57,000 children every year.

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