Members of the Front Office staff were joined by Wind Surge players to read to elementary school students as part of the Twins Week of Service.
The Wichita Wind Surge is committed to making a difference in the greater Wichita area both on and off the field. While success and winning on the field is always a goal, making a mark on fans, both young and old, is just as important.
Members of the Wind Surge, including players, coaches, and front office staff, are out and about in the community as much as possible throughout the year interacting with fans in a myriad of activities, including:
- Hospital visits
- School visits
- Reading programs
- Speaking engagements
- Mascot appearances
For further information, or to request a community service from the Wichita Wind Surge, please email [email protected].
Wind Surge players and members of the Front Office staff visited McConnell Air Force Base to take part in various activities with Airmen on base.
The day ended with a ceremony where Jane and Jenn Schwechheimer pulled off a cover revealing a Wind Surge logo on a KC-46A Pegasus. The nose art is the first of its kind on a KC-46A Pegasus.
FUN FACT: The Opening Day flyover featured the KC-46A Pegasus below.
Wind Surge players visited several Dillons locations in the greater Wichita area to engage with fans, sign autographs, and promote the Wind Surge.
Wind Surge players with students participating in the Pando Initiative. The goal of Pando Initiative is to help remove obstacles that keep students from reaching their goals.
Windy makes frequent appearances in the community. Above is Windy at a Kids Club event sponsored by Quantum Credit Union, Pizza Ranch, and Kona.