Teams gathered on the field Saturday to raise money in honor of Brittany Shepard, a young woman killed in a tragic car accident with her son Shep in 2011.
The Second Annual Daisy Games was held Saturday at Steagall Park in Ozark. The games featured a mush ball tournament. The Maude Martin Study Club hosted the event, a club Brittany Shephard was a member of.
Funds from today's tournament will be college scholarship money for one young woman in the Dale County or Ozark City Schools System.
"It’s a great turnout and we’re so thankful for our sponsors and our teams who turned out. We wanted this to be a family event and families are here-you know. The littlest from two to one hundred are here, enjoying the day together," says Randy Matthews, President of the Maude Martin Study Club.
The Maude Martin Study Club is a member of the Alabama Federation of women's clubs, an organization dedicated to strengthening communities.
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