Hotlanta Softball’s Atlanta Thunder beer busted its way through a fundraiser on Saturday, raising funds to support the team's trip to the Gay Softball World Series next month.
The team – one of a dozen Atlanta squads heading to the tournament in Portland, Ore. – dished out prizes during a raffle, and offered Jell-O shooters and pitcher after pitcher of beer during the event at Woof’s. A portion of the proceeds also benefited Pride School Atlanta and Someone Cares LGBT & Ally Resource Center.
The World Series opens Sept. 3.
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