Raymond Angulo Memorial Men’s Fastpitch Tournament Supports Special Needs Children

Written by Bob on August 29th, 2017

CORONA, Calif. – Ten of Southern California’s top men’s fastpitch softball teams take to the ball diamonds Sept. 2-3, at Promenade Park Softball Field in Corona.

The tournament will feature some outstanding fastpitch action as it embarks on its 17th year. But it’s purpose is far greater than providing a venue for skilled athletes to showcase their ball playing abilities.

The Raymond Angulo Memorial Men’s Fastpitch Tournament raises money for JoJo’s Circle of Friends, a non-profit organization that helps children with special needs.

The organization was originally established to support Joseph (JoJo) Angulo, born with cerebral Palsy, and who is the grandson of the late Raymond Angulo, one of Corona’s all-time best pitchers, who passed away in 2000.

But over the years, JoJo’s Circle of Friends has reached out to benefit many more children with special needs.

“Raymond’s wife, Antonia and his son Joe Angulo feel blessed and grateful that his memory lives on in the tournament and fundraiser that helps these special needs children,” said Ernie Marez, tournament director.

During the Labor Day weekend tournament, raffles, prizes, and sales from food booths, and other activities will raise needed funds for the organization’s planned events.

  • To learn more about the organization, visit: Facebook / JoJos Circle of Friends.
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