Kids and Kubs(aka Three Quarter-Century Softball Club) announced that the Club would make available dates for Saturday exhibition games. Charities may sponsor their clubs, churches, favorite charities, family reunions, or company picnics through fundraising efforts. All dates are open except when the City schedules heavy attendance events at the park.

St Pete Chamber CEO Chris Steinocker,  is breifed before throwing the ceremoniial first pitch at the annual Mayor’s game in 2018. Photo Moorman Photographics, Inc.

St. Pete Chamber members interested in scheduling an event involving the Kids and  Kubs, call the Club’s office at 727-893-7108. Chamber members also may wish to promote their businesses in the Club’s brochure distributed at the ballpark and libraries, the Chamber visitors center, and other locations throughout the community. Contact Ed Asay for more information at 732-929-3185.

Kids and Kubs have a history of assisting local charities in fundraising. The ninety-five-year-old organization, known corporately as the Three-Quarter Century Club, has provided donations to such local charities as Boys and Girls Club of America, Day Star Life, Friends of the Sunshine Center, Habitat for Humanity, Neighborly Care Network, St Petersburg Free Clinic, St Pete Police Athletic  League, Suncoast Hospice, and St Pete TASCO Teens Center Programs.

Trust Fund earnings enabled The distribution of $2301 among ten local charities on Febuary 7 2024; including 287 lbs. of food and $440 in cash to the Free Clinic on the occasion of the Mayor’s Game. Moorman Photo

Charities vary yearly and have been presented since 1981 at the annual Mayor’s Game, occurring annually in February.

The Club’s Trust Fund, established in 1981, generates funding for these donations. The Club is a 501 (c) (3) Corporation that contributors become a part of The Kids and Kubs “Legacy.”

The very early years of fundraising occurred in a far different manner. Club archives tell of “pass the hat donations.” After and during the game, revenue goes to the designated charity for the day. St Petersburg’s nationally famous softball club for those aged 75 and over.