Awards were given out, along with a donation from Sandbar Productions Saturday during the closing day of the Pine Island Little League season.
Jim Frock and Scott Allen, with Sandbar Productions, provided a $5,500 check to Eddie Mills for the Pine Island Little League. The money donated was raised during Barge Party V, which was held on April 28 and 29 in Matlacha Pass.
To date, Frock and Allen have donated $10,600 to the Pine Island Little League. Last year the Barge Party raised $5,100.
Jim Frock, with Sandbar Productions handed Eddie Mills, with the Pine Island Little League, a check for $5,500 during the closing day of the Pine Island Little League season, which was raised during Barge Party V. Frock's partner Scott Allen is also pictured.
Frock said the five fund-raisers they have held have raised more than $35,000.
"That's pretty good for just having parties," he said.
Eddie Mills said the money donated to the Little League will be used for the All-Star Tournament, which will be held June 16 on Sanibel.
He said because of the donation there will be no charge to the players. Any money left over will go in the Little League pot for next year.
The 2012 Umpires Award for Outstanding Sportsmanship was also given out during the closing day of the Pine Island Little League.
The award went to 12-year-old Nathan Carter.