August 07, 2000 04:59pm
Curveball 2000 This Sunday!
Source: Private Dancer Magazine
by: Andy Enomoto
(LONG BEACH, CA) -- Coined "Curveball", Rayne's 3rd Annual charity softball game Curveball 2000 is set for Sunday, August 13th . The game will feature XXX adult film stars and former NFL players.
XXX names like Stephanie Swift, Zoe, Christi Lake, Kim Chambers, Seymore Butts Sky, Alisha Klass, and Ron Jeremy will be playing side by side with former NFL greats like Christian Okoye of the Kansas City Chiefs, or Jerry Robinson from the Raiders.
The game will be held at Blair Field 4700 Deukmejian Dr. in Long Beach. Tickets will go on sale at the gate at noon. The official after party to be held at Deja Vu Showgirls in Westminster, that will include awards, food, and the most beautiful topless dancers.
Tickets for the after-party will only be available at the game. The proceeds from Curveball 2000 will go to Rayne's 3rd Annual Holiday Giveaway for under privileged children. Curveball has grown from 20 porn stars and exotic dancers in 1998 to over 40 XXX stars and 10 former NFL players in 1999.
More than 300 fans attended Garden Grove Public Park in 1998 and donated three picnic tables full of toys for disabled hospitalized children for Christmas. In 1999, 1,400 fans attended Blair Field and raised $14,000.00 with the proceeds going to the Self Awareness for Disabled Americans program as well as Rayne's 2nd Annual Holiday Giveaway.
Between SAFDA and the holiday giveaway the event was able to reach out to over 600 children. SAFDA is a martial arts based program specially designed to focus on ones abilities. It teaches self defense and raises self-confidence, self-esteem and self-awareness.
The Holiday Giveaway was a party for children living in group homes foster homes and battered womens shelters. These children touched many hearts with their smiles. They were delighted with presents for everyone from Santa, food, autographs from Long Beach Dub Allstars, Arts and Crafts station, Bounce House, Demonstration by Pro stunt bike riders, multiple stage performances and more.
After last year's holiday party, Rayne found herself tired and took some time off. She was then unsure if she had it in her to put on another successful event. While debating with herself, she received a call from her younger brother Frank that inspired her in continuing with this annual event. Frank was born with Spina bifida and Scoliosis. He told me about a recent visit with his Neurosurgeon.
He said that the results from his recent MRI Scan showed that a cyst on the end of his stem is growing. Frank proves to be a true "trooper" and has already outlived all life expectancies given to him and has always been Rayne's inspiration. "While talking to him I stood tall and found my strength within to strive for another 'Heart Touching,'" says Rayne.
For more information on the annual Curveball 2000 charity softball event, contact Rayne at (714) 703-4553