It's time for one of the most popular and meaningful moments on the Major League Baseball calendar. From the bright pink Louisville Sluggers to the Honorary Bat Girls, the collective pursuit to end breast cancer is a Mother's Day tradition at the ballpark.
In advance of Sunday's big day for moms, MLB and Susan G. Komen for the Cure on Friday announced the 2011 Honorary Bat Girl Contest winners, who will be recognized on the field at MLB ballparks during Mother's Day and breast cancer awareness celebrations.
Expect plenty of scattered showers and thunderstorms this weekend but little rain accumulation.
A weak frontal boundary will drift today into the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky region, bringing a shower or thunderstorm after noon, according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington. New rainfall will amount to less than a tenth of an inch.
This Mother's Day, treat Mom to a decadent brunch at Michelin star-rated Sepia (123 N. Jefferson St.). On Sunday, May 8, guests can celebrate their favorite ladies with a special holiday prix-fixe brunch featuring the colorful spring cuisine of Executive Chef Andrew Zimmerman and Pastry Chef Cindy Schuman. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m..
The cost per person is $39 for adults and $20 for children age 12 and under, exclusive of beverage, tax, and gratuity. Reservations for brunch are highly recommended and may be made by calling 312.441.1920.
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