DE PERE - Batter up! An annual softball tournament is underway this weekend in De Pere.
Softball fans headed out to the Flamingo Softball Tournament at Legion Park.
The tournament started 30 years ago, and now has about 18 teams.
The money raised will go to different charities in the community.
"We're happy to help support it, and everybody else who helps make it, and it's the community that comes out and supports," said event organizer, Andy Kazik.
Organizers say they've raised as much as $40 thousand over the years.
The tournament continues Sunday, with the first softball game at 10 a.m.
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