Reds Scout Service Day
Cincinnati Reds Scout Service Day!
Registration for service and game are separate. July 15th reds game.
A partnership event between the Cincinnati Reds, Keep Cincinnati Beautiful, and the Boy Scouts of America is Reds Scout Service Day!
On Saturday, July 15th, the Cincinnati Reds are excited to welcome the Scouts, their friends, & families to the 2017 Scout Service Day! This day will be in celebration of the hard work done by the scouts at Wesleyan Cemetery earlier in the day.
The Reds take on the Washington Nationals at 7:10PM. A Billy Hamilton bobblehead will be guaranteed to Service Day participating Scouts that arrive at the game before the 3rd inning. Please stop at Gapper’s Alley to pick up your Billy Hamilton bobblehead before the end of the 3rd inning on July 15th.
The pre-game service project is planned by an organization called Keep Cincinnati Beautiful that plans local volunteer beautification projects. This project will take place at Wesleyan Cemetery from 9AM-12PM on July 15th. Wesleyan Cemetery is the oldest continuously operating cemetery in Hamilton County. Established in 1843, it is located at 4003 Colerain Ave. in Cincinnati’s Northside neighborhood.
Service activities will include:
- General landscaping
- Weeding flower beds
- Trimming overgrowth
- Cleaning the fence line of overgrowth
- Trimming around markers
- Picking up litter
Earlier this , on May 8th, a ceremony took place at Wesleyan Cemetery to officially dedicate a marker at the gravesite of Fred Waterman, the starting third baseman on baseball’s first all-professional team, the 1869 Cincinnati Red Stockings. Waterman anchored third base for the Red Stockings throughout their undefeated 1869 campaign and returned in 1870 when the Red Stockings again dominated the game recording 67 victories against only 6 defeats. Waterman was buried in the historic cemetery in 1899. He is one of only two members of the 1869 Red Stockings buried in Cincinnati.
July 15, 2017
The service project is optional and would take place prior to the Cincinnati Reds baseball game from 9:00am – 12 noon. Game time is at 7:10pm. After the project families will have plenty of time to grab some lunch, explore downtown Cincinnati and new riverfront parks, or return home and clean-up before the game.
If you are registering to help with the service project, please be sure to click the button above.
You can register separately online for Scout tickets to the Reds game at www.reds.com/scoutservice. Please reach out to Carmen Alberini at 513-765-7454 or firstname.lastname@example.org for groups of 15+.