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Baseball - Fri, May. 20, 2011

Tennessee Wesleyan has made many accomplishments this year by winning the AAC conference Tournament and defeating the defending National Champion, Cumberland University, in the opening round to receive a bid to the Avista-NAIA World Series, but all of that doesn't compare to the service projects they have done this year to help others in the local area.  In the fall, they helped to clean up a Habitat for Humanity house that burned and also helped to plant over 1000 trees in the Wetlands at E.G. Fisher Library. 

This week has the Bulldogs prepare to play in the World Series, they took time out to travel to Cleveland, Tennessee to help the Wooden Family who had damage from the tornados and storms in April.  The players helped to spread mulch along the 129 new trees that were planted.  They also carried brush, logs, and small trees that had fallen to a burn pile.  There was a fence that had a lot of debris on it, that was cleaned, which was important because it held the horses.  Scrap metal was loaded from a house that was destroyed in the storm.