Cape Gazette

Cape Henlopen Little League baseball thanks Citizens Bank

By Dan Cook | Jun 29, 2014
Photo by: Dan Cook Showing their appreciation to Citizens Bank are in back (l-r) Citizens Bank Branch Manager Erin Baker, league Treasurer Cindy Brown, Reese White, Kyle Lux, Danny Lewis, Matt Taylor, Dwayne Harmon, coach Rich Carey, Richard Carey, Noah Clifton, Briley Brooks, Jackson Ostrowski, Austin Elliott, Anthony Hitchcock, Grant Evans, Jared Kay, Josh Fonville, coach Vinnie Evans, umpire Andy Lewis, Citizens Bank personal banker Karen Hogate, and league president Bill Lux. In front are RJ Clarke, Zach McFarland, Nick Everly, Wes Lewis, Jake Sirandes, Trevor Daisey, Luke Smailer, Garrett Catts, Jason Xiong, Buddy Borradaile, and Kolby Wyatt.

Citizens Bank at Henlopen Plaza came to the rescue of the Cape Henlopen Little League baseball program by giving sound financial advice to the league officers to get the league back on its feet and running the bases once again.

"Citizens Bank helped the league get back on our feet again," said league President Bill Lux. "They helped us get set up with a tax ID number, the proper checking account, and they gave us advice on how to move forward with the league."

Citizens Bank, which partners with the Philadelphia Phillies, also donated a basket of Phillies goodies such as hats, huggies, banners, shirts, cups and much more that was raffled off at the Athletics vs. Red Sox game Tuesday, June 17. Danny Lewis of the Athletics was the happy winner of the gift basket.

For more information about how Citizens Bank can help you, call 302-360-6101.

Cape Henlopen Little League President Bill Lux thanks the crowd attending the game and tells them of the benefit the Cape Henlopen Little League has gotten from its relationship with Citizens Bank. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Citizens Bank personal banker Karen Hogate, left, and Branch Manager Erin Baker display the goodie basket stuffed with Phillies memorabilia raffled off at the Cape Henlopen Little League game between the Athletics and Red Sox. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
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