World Series players meet kids and play catch at Wells Fargo Youth Clinic

 World Series players meet kids and play catch at Wells Fargo Youth Clinic »Play Video
Kids meet positive role models at LCSC Kid’s Camp.
LEWISTON, ID - The Avista NAIA World Series doesn't start until tomorrow (Friday) but Harris Field was packed with hundreds of players bound for the big leagues Thursday.

Every team in the series gave back to the community by working out, playing catch and of course signing autographs at the Wells Fargo Youth Clinic. The annual free event was another big success this year for everyone involved.

Tournament Director Brooke Cushman said it's great for kids to be influenced by such positive role models.

"They get a hot-dog, a shirt and a ticket into anyone of the games," said Cushman. "And it's such a great thing for the kids to come out and have a chance to experience collegiate baseball players, especially at the national level."

Another family fun event will be on Sunday. The movie "The Sandlot" will be played at Harris Field.