Kensington Circus Pub Picks Up Dinner Tab For 700 Little Leaguers

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Local restaurant rewards boys and girls for getting out to play this spring.

Our goal is to encourage kids to get exercise, have fun and
play ball.

The Albany Little League, some 700 girls and boys strong and the well known, East Bay family restaurant, the Kensington Circus Pub, announce that they are establishing a "Player Of The Week" award.

Get Out and Play
The recipients of the award will receive a free dinner at the Circus Pub, as well as a certificate of achievement. “We want to reward children for stepping away from the T.V., computer and video screens and getting out to play,” said Scott McFadin, Managing Partner of the Kensington Circus Pub. “With one-in-three California children ages 9-11 years old, at risk of or already overweight, it is more important than ever to encourage kids to exercise as a part of their everyday lives,” McFadin continued.

That's A Lot of Food
For each lucky ball player, the reward for stepping up to bat means a free meal. To the Kensington Circus Pub, that means 700 kids to feed this baseball season. For information about how to join the Albany Little League go to http://www.albanylittleleague.org.

About the Kensington Circus Pub
The Kensington Circus Pub is celebrating their 25th anniversary in May. The Pub is best known for their traditional pub fare and free, live music every Thursday and Saturday nights. The restaurant caters to the entire family with a corner full of toys and a wall chalkboard for the kids, as well as six big screen TV’s and 12 beers on tap for the adults. Children can have fun playing while their parents watch a ballgame and enjoy a drink with a good meal. The Kensington Circus Pub is a place where the neighborhood can gather and talk about or forget about the day.

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