Williamsons Keep The Kids Going

Williamson Hurricanes326Weleetka, Oklahoma (May 27, 2016) Award winning Gospel group, The Williamsons, are again community minded as they support a  5 and 6 year old little league team in Weleetka, Oklahoma.

Group owner and Baritone singer, Donnie Williamson said, “We again wanted to support our community and sponsor a little league team. This year it is theWilliamson Hurricanes.”

The Hurricanes are a 5 and 6 year old coach-pitch baseball team. So far this year they have six wins and only one loss. Number 7, Patrick Hebert is the son of Williamsons bass singer Darin Hebert. He plays the pitcher position and has hit nine home runs so far this season! Darin is one proud daddy!

Donnie and Lisa’s daughter Sadie is playing fast-pitch softball this year with her team Extreme Heat. She enjoys playing center field. Their win record has not been as impressive as the Hurricanes but they are still having a great time!

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