Dinner for Devin a Huge Success.


IMG_0606This past Saturday, the baseball community and friends and family gathered at McAlister’s Deli in Murfreesboro for Dinner with Devin, an event that raised funds for the Devin Cairo Benefit Fund.  The event was slated to begin at 5:00 pm, and as the hour approached, so did the community.  By 5:30 pm, every table in McAlister’s was full, and the lines to order were 7-8 deep.

By the end of the night, those who came raised over $3000 for the benefit fund.  T-shirts and bracelets were sold, and many people gave donations.  Also, many of the area high school baseball teams were represented in their support of a baseball brother.  Members of the Oakland baseball program cleared tables and refilled drinks throughout the night.

A sincere thank you to McAlister’s Deli and the employees who helped make this a great night for Devin and his family.


Oakland Basketball to Honor Devin Cairo

BasketballThe Oakland Basketball teams have announced that the November 25th home game against Independence HS has been designated “Devin Cairo Night”.  All proceeds from the game will be donated to the Devin Cairo Benefit Fund.

The night will feature Nashville Star winner Erika Jo singing her hit single “I Break Things”, as well as the National Anthem before the girl’s game at 6:00 pm. And, rumor has it the Oakland Baseball team will make a unique presentation.

Dinner for Devin at McAlister’s Deli is This Saturday

mcalisters4This Saturday, November 16, McAlister’s Deli will donate a portion of its profit to the Devin Cairo Benefit Fund.  The event starts at 5:00 pm and will conclude at 9:00 pm.  Members of the Oakland baseball team and Oakland Baseball Booster Club will be on hand during the evening to serve orders, bus tables, and refill the famous McAlister’s sweet tea.

You’ll also have the opportunity to purchase “Win the Game” t-shirts and bracelets while they last.  To download a flyer, click here.


Oakland Football Donates to Devin Cairo Benefit Fund

photo1After finishing the season undefeated, and while they are in the midst of playoffs, the Oakland Football team turned its attention to a member of the Oakland family.  On Friday night, during the halftime of the first round playoff game against Wilson Central HS, Oakland Football donated $1000 to the Devin Cairo Benefit Fund. The funds were raised at a homecoming dance earlier in the year.

Oakland Endzone Club officers John Jones, Charlie Yates, Jeff Hawkins, and Jim Dibble made the presentation to Devin’s sister, Alexia.  Tyler Black, a member of the varsity team, is also on hand to make the presention.  Several members of the Oakland baseball team stood with Alexia as she accepted the donation.


Boot Camp Raises Money for Devin

11654432-logo-transformations4lifeTransformation 4 Life, a fitness regimen directed by Harlan and Julie Wilcoxson, held a charity Boot Camp event on Saturday, October 19, and raised over $800 to donate to the Devin Cairo Benefit Fund.  Two different sessions on Saturday morning were filled with people sweating and pushing themselves to be fit while donating money to Devin.

Forrest Sanders, a WSMV-TV reporter, was there and interviewed campers about the Boot Camp.  Click here to watch the video report.

Dinner for Devin

mcalisters4On Saturday, November 16, McAlister’s Deli will donate 50% of all profit from that night to the Devin Cairo Benefit Fund.  Oakland baseball players will be on hand to serve customers, bus tables, and refill that famous McAlister’s tea.  The event will begin at 5:00 pm and last until 9:00 pm.  Come out, eat dinner, and enjoy the community as we join together to help Devin.

Bracelets and t-shirts will be available that night to purchase to show your support for Devin as he fights to “Win the Game.”

Boot Camp to Raise Funds for Devin


Transformations 4 Life, a Boot Camp Fitness program, has scheduled an event to help raise funds for Devin as well as promote a healthy lifestyle.  The Boot Camp will take place Saturday, October 19, and offer several sessions for participants.  Transformations 4 Life will charge a minimum $10 donation for the Boot Camp, and every dime will go to Devin to help offset costs associated with medical care.

Anyone and everyone is invited to attend, and modifications will be provided to serve all fitness levels.  All you need to bring is a water bottle and energy.

To reserve your spot, register at www.Transformations4life.com/Charitybootcamp.aspx.  You can pay online or at the camp. The camps are open to all ages.