Community Service

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April 7, 2018 – 07:30 AM


Bethel Lions Club:  Community Service Option 2

Bethel Diamond Sports second community service event will be the Lions' Club Pancake Breakfast at the Bethel-Tate High School on April 7, 2018.  Players will bus tables from 7:30-10:00 am.  Players will work in shifts of 30-60 minutes and should wear a team jersey, if available.  Even if your child isn’t working, you can enjoy a pancake breakfast without messing up your kitchen or dirtying your dishes. The price for breakfast is $5 for adults and $3 for children 12 and under. Please make sure to pay at the table before coming in.  Contact Dawn Hollifield with any questions or to RSVP your child’s or team’s time slot to work.  Dawn can be reached at (513) 404-8621 or Dawn will also be there to take pictures of all the players working hard!







April 21, 2018 – 09:00 AM

 Spring Litter Clean Up: Community Service Option 3

Our third community service event will take place on Saturday, April 21, from 9:00-12:00.  Meet at the Burke Park shelter house at 9 am. Additional information can be found at Please take plenty of pictures! Please share those pictures with Dan Jeffers so he can show the Reds that we care about our community!


Bethel Diamond Sports asks that each team participates in at least one of the community service events.  If you have any questions, feel free to contact Dawn (513)404-8621 or Dan Jeffers (513) 767-8329. Thanks!


Equipment Exchange

If you have gently used baseball and softball equipment that your child or team has outgrown, please consider donating it to the Bethel Diamond Sports Equipment Exchange.  Our goal is to provide gloves, bats, helmets, and cleats for any child or coach that needs it.  If you have equipment to donate, or are in need of equipment, please contact your coach or any Board Member of Bethel Diamond Sports.

Importance of Community Service

The success of Bethel Diamond Sports, Inc. is a direct result of the overwhelming support that we have received from the community.  The Village of Bethel, the local businesses, and individuals have enabled us to generate excitement and build a vibrant youth baseball and softball program.  As an organization, coaches, parents, and players, it is our duty to give back to the community that has supported us.

Bethel Diamond Sports has received a grant from the Cincinnati Reds Community Fund. The Reds Community Fund's Youth Baseball Funding initiative provides funding and support to more than 300 baseball and softball teams. Organizations receive funding to purchase uniforms, equipment and cover various operating expenses. To continue under the RCF, we must participate in a minimum of three community service or fundraising activities each year.  We would like as many parents, players, and coaches to support these worthwhile projects.